Friday, September 4, 2015

Jennifer Lawrence stained her 'American Hustle' dresses with Dorito dust

Jennifer Lawrence is just like us in that she enjoys the cheesy crunch of a nice bag of Doritos now and again. The difference, though, is that when she does it, she ruins iconic pieces of wardrobe from blockbuster films.

Jennifer Lawrence stained her 'American Hustle' dresses with Dorito dust

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Jennifer Lawrence is just like us in that she enjoys the cheesy crunch of a nice bag of Doritos now and again. The difference, though, is that when she does it, she ruins iconic pieces of wardrobe from blockbuster films. 

In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, costume designer Michael Wilkinson spilled the beans about Lawrence’s love for the cheesy, fried snack food:

“I’m kind of glad we did [have extras] because Jennifer Lawrence is a very . . . let’s say . . . raw and intuitive young lady, and she’s not against eating Doritos and snack food in her costume. So we were glad that we had a couple [backups]."

Lawrence is so not against it that the American Hustle wardrobe crew created four different versions of her tight, white dress—most of which ended up coated in Dorito dust on some level. Luckily, though, the production crew foresaw these circumstances and made the dresses out of fabric that cost just $3.99 a yard. So, no big financial loss here. 

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Just another reminder that, hey, Jennifer Lawrence really is one of us. Remember that when you’re cramming chips in your face this Sunday.

[CinemaBlend]

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