The hottest actress of 2012, Jennifer Lawrence, graces yet another magazine cover: the April 2012 cover of Germany’s Interview. And she's wearing a sparkly, sexy Dolce & Gabbana bustier-style body suit that shows off her curves.
She’s became quite the get for magazine covers due to the increasing Hunger Games buzz in recent months. And the box office bonanza on opening weekend means we haven’t seen the last of Jennifer's magazine cover. There’s still Time and Forbes, right?
This is definitely the sexiest cover that the actress, 21, has done so far. In July 2011, Lawrence appeared on the cover of Marie Claire UK wearing a blue chiffon. And for her cover for Asos UK of June 2011 she wore a sweet casual crop top and shorts. She was in a sleek blue satin tank-style dress on Greek Cosmopolitan. And she was on the Glamour UK April 2012 cover in a pretty hot embroidered swimsuit.
Her Glamour US cover put her in a shimmery gold sequined top. Marie Claire UK dressed her in a summery baby blue chiffon dress. For Italy’s lo Donna, she looked sophisticated in a revealing purple wrap top with a hot orange skirt.
Magazine stylists have their own ideas about what they want Lawrence to wear on their publications' covers. But her red carpet style shows more of her personal taste. She has worn the gamut from Prabal Gurung to Marchesa and Victoria Beckham, from Viktor and Rolfe to Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren, always aided by her super stylist Elizabeth Stewart, who made The Hollywood Reporter's Power Stylist List again this year.
And if you can't read German, here’s what the 21-year-old actress who brings Katniss beautifully to life on the big screen, told German Interview:
On which pop culture personalities she loves: “Sometimes I think, I should rather have more artistic answers ready. But the truth is: I’d like to be Bridget Jones and I am interested in Hulk Hogan.”
On what she’d love to do with her first real check: “When I get my first real check, I want to bathe in a pool full of pasta.”
On her fear of ghosts: “I’m scared of ghosts. Just yesterday when I moved into a new room at the hotel, I was deeply convinced that I shouldn’t wash my face, because if I would look into the mirror, I would actually see a ghost.”