Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence in a picture from her Marie Claire photo shoot. (Jan Welters/Marie Claire)

Jennifer Lawrence is on the June cover of Marie Claire, and inside she says her multi-year Oscar tripping incidents weren't planned. "Trust me if I was going to plan it, I would have done it at the Golden Globes or the SAGs. I would have never done it at two Oscars in a row," she says. "I watch Homeland – I’m craftier than that!" She also promises that her shapeshifter character Mystique will be more confident and less wimpy in the upcoming "X-Men: Days of Future Past." The magazine goes on sale May 20. [Marie Claire]

Two new portraits of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II by photographer David Bailey are in the June issue of Harper's Bazaar, on newsstands May 27. In the portraits, writes Fay Weldon, "Bailey shows us not an icon but someone familiar, friendly, engaging, and frank, with her strength in its own understatement—so British a quality.. [Harper's Bazaar]

Fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg plans to hunt for her brand's first "Global Ambassador" in a new competition reality series, due to premiere on E! this fall, E! has announced. [E!]

Sarah Jessica Parker and Anna Wintour appeared on "Late Night With Seth Meyers" to recap Monday's Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala, which raised $12 million for the museum. Parker, serving for the first time in the receiving line at the annual event, admitted that Wintour reprimanded her early on for slowing down the line. "She talks too much," Wintour said. [NBC.com]

Parker was honored in ceremonies in New York on Wednesday night as the recipient of the first Clio Image Award, bestowed upon her for her contributions to the world of fashion. In her acceptance speech she thanked, among others, costume designer Patricia Field, with whom she worked on "Sex and the City," for teaching "how and when to break the rules." [WWD]

The latest in 3-D printing technology will allow the user to choose colors and print out her own makeup. [Racked]

For the first time in its 49-year history, Italian fashion label Benetton won't be run by a Benetton family member: Alessandro Benetton, the company's chairman is stepping aside. [Business of Fashion]