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I feel like we haven’t really seen a lot of Jennifer Lawrence lately. I mean, sure, she starred in Joy and was nominated for yet another Best Actress Oscar for the role, but other than that, she’s seemed to largely fly under the radar in the past few months. Well, not anymore. Her latest ads for Dior‘s spring campaign are here, and the bags she’s showing off pale in comparison to her natural beauty look. 

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Before I say anything else, I need to let photos do the talking:

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And they just keep getting better:

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There’s something about JLaw, especially since she first signed on with Dior in 2012, that’s just so effortlessly glamorous, and while I’m sure her easy, breezy persona has more than a little to do with it, you can’t knock the influence Carine Roitfeld and Mario Sorrenti, who styled and shot this particular campaign, respectively.

WWD reports that the spring campaign features Dior ex-creative director Raf Simons last ready-to-wear-collection, though the accessories aren’t to go unnoticed:

“Handbags are also a focal point, including new versions of the Diorama, and a new style—the Diorever. The sleep, top-handled tote has a front flap that can be inserted inside.”

The campaign has already launched in France, just ahead of Dior’s show at Paris Fashion Week. I can only hope that JLaw herself will be walking in the show, but I won’t hold my breath.

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In conjunction with the official public launch of the new campaign, Dior also released a quick behind-the-scenes video of the campaign shoot, where JLaw talked about her experience on the shoot and fashion house’s legacy. Watch it below:

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The new Dior spring campaign will launch on March 8 in all major fashion publications.