Jennifer Lawrence, the rising star of the silver screen, becomes the face of the Miss Dior bag.

She had just turned twenty and was already nominated for a Best Actress Oscar for her role in  Winter’s Bone . In this dense and profound film, she played a headstrong and world-wise teenager ready to stop at nothing to save her little brother and sister, and the roof over their heads. Without skipping a beat, she headed in a very different direction for her next role as Mystique, the blue mutant in the  X Men   film franchise. This year, her star has shone ever more brightly with  The Hunger Games, The House At The End of The Street   and  Silver Linings Playbook   providing further proof of her multifaceted talent, with rumors already swirling of her appearances generating a host of upcoming nomination and awards. In the meantime, one thing remains a certainty, and it's that this young rising star of cinema will be the face of the Miss Dior bag for next spring.  "Like everyone else, I first discovered Jennifer Lawrence in the roles she played in action movies,"   remembers Raf Simons, creative director of woman's wear for Christian Dior. "I was, of course, struck by her incredible on-screen presence in these blockbuster films, but also impressed by her powerful interpretations of subtler, more rounded characters. Her youth and her classic beauty, but also her force of character and the complexity she's capable of embodying at such a young age, are, for me, both unique and very moving." 

Miss Dior,   is itself today's iconic youthful bag. Young women know what they want, and it's carefully crafted in the choicest leathers. With young women live multiple lives each day, it can be carried chicly by hand or slung easily over a shoulder. Just as all women are not the same, the bags come in a seemingly endless combination of colors and materials. "I'm very excited at the idea of working with Dior and wearing Raf Simons' new creations,"   says Jennifer Lawrence of her first partnership with a fashion house.  quot;His debut ready-to-wear and haute couture have distilled all the glamour of Dior into the modern era."