PALE FIRE: Jennifer Lawrence looks right at home in a Parisian apartment, lounging in chunky, off-the-shoulder sweaters, her blonde hair casually pulled back, leaving a few stray wisps.
Mario Sorrenti captured the “Joy” actress for Dior’s spring campaign, featuring the last ready-to-wear collection by Raf Simons, who exited the house last October and has yet to be replaced.

Handbags are also a focal point, including new versions of the Diorama, and a new style — the Diorever. The sleek, top-handled tote has a front flap that can be inserted inside.

The latest Lawrence campaign is to break with outdoor advertising in France on Wednesday, two days ahead of Dior’s fall show during Paris Fashion Week, with studio directors Serge Ruffieux and Lucie Meier leading the design effort.

Print ads are to break starting March 8 in titles including Vogue Netherlands, Vogue Germany and Vanity Fair in the U.S.