Christian Dior explains Jennifer Lawrence SAG Awards wardrobe malfunction controversy


Christian Dior explains Jennifer Lawrence SAG Awards wardrobe malfunction controversy-global-annal

“Silver Linings Playbook” actress Jennifer Lawrence has tended explanation on the wardrobe malfunction incident that happened at SAG Awards on Sunday.

The moment looked as Lawrence’s wardrobe malfunction happened when Jennifer Lawrence picked up her gown to climb up the podium in order to receive her award.

Christian Dior, the label whose gown was worn by Jennifer Lawrence on the Awards night issued a statement to USA Today on the event, that said, “The dress is made with different levels of tulle and satin and that is what the viewers saw when Jennifer lifted her dress slightly,”

Source: USA Today, LA Times, ITN, Hollywood Reporter

Published by Bhavesh Kumar

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2 thoughts on “Christian Dior explains Jennifer Lawrence SAG Awards wardrobe malfunction controversy

  1. Finally! First I have read about the malfunction of the dress, then I have read that is not true and I couldn’t say anymore what is. But if Dior says it was tailored this way, you have to believe it. Anyway, they’ve done great work. Jennifer looked amazing, it complimented her figure and it even had a twist to it (which was latter called a malfunction).

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