Jennifer Lawrence steps up her workout style by carrying a $2,000 Loewe bag as she heads to a Pilates studio in Los Angeles.
Jennifer Lawrence elevated her sporty look by carrying a very expensive handbag as she headed to a Pilates class in Los Angeles on Friday.
The Oscar-winning actress, who turns 33 on August 15, kept her belongings in a leather Loewe bag that retails for $1,900.
She paired it with a sporty outfit that consisted of an oversized charcoal gray short-sleeved T-shirt, black leggings, bright multi-color tie-dyed socks, and a pair of black Birkenstock sandals.
The No Hard Feelings star accessorized with a pair of sunglasses, a gold chain bracelet on one of her wrists, her wedding ring, and a bright blue baseball cap.
Lawrence had her long blonde hair tied up in a ponytail and kept her iPhone clutched in her hand as she strolled down the sidewalk.
Elevated: Jennifer Lawrence elevated her sporty look by carrying a very expensive handbag while heading to a Pilates class in Los Angeles on Friday
Expensive purse! The Oscar-winning actress, who turns 33 on August 15, stowed her belongings in a leather Loewe bag that retails for $1,900.
It was unclear which Pilates studio and where exactly in Los Angeles Lawrence and her friend went to work out.
He seemed to be in a jovial mood but ready to get an extra endorphin boost from his workout.
Lawrence’s sighting on Friday comes two days after she was seen leaving a Beverly Hills spa with the same Loewe bag in hand.
He has a lot of free time on his hands as part of the projects he was working on.
They were all in different stages of production but have since been halted due to active Hollywood labor disputes.
He ongoing SAG-AFTRA (the union that Lawrence and all the actors are a part of) strike began on July 14 and is the latest in the ongoing labor disputes in Hollywood. The WGA strike, in which writers crossed the picket line, has been going on since early May.
It marks the first time the actors have launched a labor dispute in the United States since the 1980s and the first time both the actors and the writers have gone on strike at the same time since the 1960s.
SAG-AFTRA Strike: Lawrence has a lot of time on her hands these days, as ongoing labor disputes in Hollywood have halted production on all her current projects she was working on.
Support for SAG-AFTRA Strikes: While Lawrence has yet to be seen picketing and protesting outside the networks’ major studios in Los Angeles and/or New York as many well-known actors have, she was among those coalition of more than 300 actors who signed a letter last June revealing that the SAG-AFTRA union was ready to strike
The ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike, entering its 22nd day of protests, has seen many well-known actors show solidarity with the striking actors by doing one (or more) of the following: issuing statements in support of the strikes ; join the pickets in Los Angeles, New York; and donating/distributing bottles of water and/or food to the picketers.
Between known actors Those who picketed in Los Angeles or New York City include Jason Sudeikis, Susan Sarandon, Vanessa Hudgens, Mandy Moore, Logan Lerman, America Ferrera, and Josh Gad, to name a few.
Although Lawrence has yet to be seen picketing and protesting outside major network studios in Los Angeles and/or New York as the well-known actors (and many others) mentioned above have, she was among the coalition of over 300 actors who signed a letter last June revealing that the SAG-AFTRA union was ready to strike.