Golden girl Jennifer Lawrence displays her slender legs at Joy screening after landing a Globe nomination for the film

She's known for her effortless style.

And Jennifer Lawrence once again demonstrated her fashion prowess when she attended a screening of her new film Joy on Saturday in New York.

The 25-year-old beauty again set a new standard for elegance and sophistication with her ensemble for the evening.

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Always chic: Jennifer Lawrence had the opportunity to demonstrate her fashion prowess again when she attended a screening of her new film Joy on Saturday in New York with director David O. Russell (L)

Always chic: Jennifer Lawrence had the opportunity to demonstrate her fashion prowess again when she attended a screening of her new film Joy on Saturday in New York with director David O. Russell (L)

Jennifer sported a little black dress with lacy elements that ended just above the knee, though she kept it mostly hidden with a wide-collared black velvet trenchcoat that fell just above the hem of the dress.

Intricate strappy stiletto heels emphasized The Hunger Games star's sculpted, porcelain legs.

Her iconic shoulder length blonde tresses were tucked back behind her left ear as she made her way into the Director's Guild theater.

Dressed in layers: Jennifer sported a little black dress with lacy elements that ended just above the knee, though she kept it mostly hidden with a wide-collared black velvet trenchcoat

Dressed in layers: Jennifer sported a little black dress with lacy elements that ended just above the knee, though she kept it mostly hidden with a wide-collared black velvet trenchcoat

Some crimson lipstick coordinated well with a similar shade of nail polish, while her make-up was limited to some rouge and light eyeliner.

A small, stylish shoulder bag with metal accents completed her cosmopolitan look.

The chilly weather may have taken a small toll on the actress, or at least on her lips, as she could be seen applying lip balm from a small container as she walked.

Of course, she was accompanied by good friend and director of Joy David O. Russell, who was looking sharp in a grey suit and matching grey Nike trainers.

A little chapped? The chilly weather may have taken a small toll on the actress, or at least on her lips, as she could be seen applying what looked to be lip balm from a small container as she walked
A little chapped? The chilly weather may have taken a small toll on the actress, or at least on her lips, as she could be seen applying what looked to be lip balm from a small container as she walked

A little chapped? The chilly weather may have taken a small toll on the actress, or at least on her lips, as she could be seen applying lip balm from a small container as she walked

Mostly natural beauty: Some crimson lipstick coordinated well with a similar shade of nailpolish, while her makeup was limited to some rouge and light eyeliner

Mostly natural beauty: Some crimson lipstick coordinated well with a similar shade of nailpolish, while her makeup was limited to some rouge and light eyeliner

In the spotlight: A smiling Dascha Polanco headed to dinner in New York on Saturday evening after a day of media interviews to promote the movie Joy

In the spotlight: A smiling Dascha Polanco headed to dinner in New York on Saturday evening after a day of media interviews to promote the movie Joy

Jennifer plays inventor Joy Mangano, the woman behind the development of items such as the Miracle Mop and Huggable Hangers.

The blue-eyed beauty will return to her role as Raven/Mystique in X-Men: Apocalypse when the film hits theaters in May of next year.

She's currently shooting the sci-fi film, Passengeres, alongside Gaurdians of the Galaxy star, Chris Pratt. The movie's set for a December 2016 release date. 

A joy: Jennifer plays inventor Joy Mangano, the woman behind the development of items such as the Miracle Mop and Huggable Hangers

A joy: Jennifer plays inventor Joy Mangano, the woman behind the development of items such as the Miracle Mop and Huggable Hangers

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