Jennifer Lawrence turns out to support the cause as she joins feminist icon Gloria Steinem for premiere of new series Woman
Jennifer Lawrence lent her star power to the premiere screening of a new series from feminist and activist Gloria Steinem in New York on Wednesday night.
The movie star, 25, arrived for the event looking all woman in a black minidress with a scoop neckline and semi-sheer lace panel over the thigh-skimming skirt.
The Oscar winner clearly wanted to add her support for the series titled Woman that explores issues facing women around the world.
Support: Jennifer Lawrence showed off her womanly curves in a scoop-necked black minidress with semi-sheer lace skirt as she arrived for a special screening of documentary series Woman on Wednesday night
Jennifer paired her dress with some black and silver heeled sandals and accessorized only with a large oval-shaped ring on her left hand.
Her naturally dark roots were showing through her platinum blonde dyed hair that was styled in a feathery bob falling just above her shoulders.
She used brown pencil on her brows and added some rouge and a splash of bright red lip color.
All woman: The actress, 25, showed off her platinum blonde hair styled in a feathery cut and flashed some skin int he low-cut number
Feminism rules: Jennifer was on hand to lend her star power to the event held for feminist icon Gloria Steinem, 82, and her new documentary series about issues facing women around the world
Steinem also went for a black ensemble as she joined Jennifer at the special screening.
The feminist icon, now 82, opted for a black top and pants with an embellished black leather jacket.
Jennifer was also escorted tot he event by her Silver Linings Playbook and American Hustle director David O. Russell.
The filmmaker wore a black suit and tie with a white shirt.
Woman begins airing on the Viceland channel on May 10 and 'focuses on a variety of issues from sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo to unacknowledged murdered and missing women in Canada, femicide in El Salvador, and the incarceration of mothers in America.'
Brought a friend: The Oscar winner was accompanied by her Silver Linings Playbook and American Hustle director David O. Russell, who joined her and Steinem for photos
Pleased to see you: Jennifer received a warm greeting from the journalist and activist who led the Feminist Movement in the 1960s and 70s
Also supporting Steinem was Mariska Hargitay from Law & Order: SVU.
The raven-haired actress, 52, wore a black and white woolen dress and a black overcoat.There, too, was Meryl Streep wearing a black coat with a large deep blue wrapped stylishly around her neck.
Strong women: Support for Steinem's latest venture also came from Mariska Hargitay, the star of Law & Order: SVU
Heavy hitter: Meryl Streep, 66, showed up as well wearing a black overcoat with a deep blue scarf wrapped stylishly around her neck
Team: Steinem also posed on the red carpet with, from l-r, filmmaker Spike Jonze, Viceland founder Shane Smith and Viceland producer Suroosh Alvi
Inside look: Inside the theatre, Steinem participated in a Q&A about the making of the series
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