Jennifer Lawrence is newest Longines Ambassador of Elegance | SENATUS



Jennifer Lawrence is newest Longines Ambassador of Elegance
By SENATUS Editor | 2 November 2022

Jennifer Lawrence, Oscar-winning actress and activist, is now a Longines Ambassador of Elegance. She joins the ranks of Kate Winslet, Taiwanese actor Eddie Peng, Taiwanese supermodel Chi Ling Lin, British actor Regé-Jean Page to name a few.

For more than a decade, Jennifer Lawrence has been recognized as one of the world’s most captivating actresses. She was only 20 when she received her first Academy Award nomination for her performance in the indie drama, Winter’s Bone, and with her portrayal of teenage heroine Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games in 2012, she established herself as a global star.

Since then, she has amassed a body of work that has garnered her industry’s highest accolades, including an Academy Award for Best Actress, a BAFTA, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, and three Golden Globes.

Her latest film, Causeway, marks a milestone for Jennifer, as it is the first project she has starred in and produced under her production banner, Excellent Cadaver.

While Jennifer’s film roles may have made her a household name, she is much more than just a movie star.

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