‘Quiet luxury’ recently took the fashion world by storm as its latest most-desired aesthetic – and Jennifer Lawrence is the latest star to adopt the look. Considered a mood more than a trend, ‘quiet luxury’ encompasses inconspicuous style with a focus on quality over flashy logos and more obvious signifiers of wealth, and a preference for classic, timeless pieces over anything that would quickly date.
This week, Lawrence – who is currently promoting her new film No Hard Feelings, which premieres later this month – stepped out in the ultimate discretely expensive ensemble, in a gray two-piece by The Row.
Her outfit – made from a breezy light-grey wool, consisting of the open-back ‘Bamby’ top, paired with matching low-rise wide-leg trousers – oozed style and sophistication in a very understated manner. She finished off her timeless look with a leather clutch bag – also from The Row – sleek sunglasses, strappy heels and a statement Tiffany & Co pendant necklace. The overall effect was one of easy effortlessness; elegant and fuss-free.
Brands like The Row, along with the likes of Tove, Khaite and Brunello Cuccinelli, are considered to perfectly encapsulate the ‘quiet luxury’ mood. Discussion around the aesthetic peaked in April, following cultural discussion points prompted by that ‘ludicrously capacious’ tote bag in successionand Gwyneth Paltrow’s courtroom wardrobe.
Lawrence is on an impressive style streak as of late. That same day, the actress wore a beautiful sheer black Dior gown to the UK premiere of her upcoming film, complete with matching opera gloves. Her Cannes Film Festival wardrobe was just as stylish, from her chic knitted daywear to her viral red-carpet moment (flip flops and all).