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Jennifer Lawrence on Her Personal Style: ‘Slutty Power Lesbian’

Patrick Demarchelier/Glamour

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Quick, describe your personal style in three words. Perhaps it's "sad '90s teen," "third day hair," or, if you're Jennifer Lawrence, "slutty power lesbian." In a Glamour cover story published today, everyone's favorite bong-hitting, walrus chopstick-ing celebrity gave an unlikely, albeit somehow highly illustrative response to this question.

After explaining how she only recently became interested in fashion because she didn't want to be "like a puppet that's being dressed by everybody else," Editor-in-Chief Cindi Leive asked, "So how would you describe your style now?" Jennifer immediately quipped, "Slutty power lesbian. That's literally what I say to a stylist," adding, "I don't know if that's offensive."

For those used to seeing Jennifer Lawrence dressed mostly in elegant Dior gowns (with and without armpit cutouts), however, the comparison may seem off-base. Jennifer explains:

Well, first of all, Dior is its own house that's very feminine and beautiful; this past press tour every dress was just phenomenal. So you don't see me as a slutty power lesbian on the red carpet a lot, because I'm embodying the Dior woman, which is an honor.... But [also] I've got tits and an ass. And there are things that are made for skinny people — like a lot of embroidery, or it covers a lot — and those make me look fat. I have to show the lumps. If you have boobs, you have to show, like, "These are boobs. This isn't cellulite." [Laughs.] Not that there's anything wrong with that.

One mystery down, so many more to go.