Jennifer Lawrence has no qualms about her wild wardrobe malfunction during the Christmas lights lighting ceremony at Saks Fifth Avenue.
The 33-year-old Oscar winner was debuting Dior’s “Carousel of Dreams” holiday window in New York City on Monday when her belt suddenly fell to the floor.
The “Hunger Games” actress burst out laughing and shouted nervously: “I’m so sorry, that was so loud, my belt came off!”
As her emotions subsided, she continued with her speech, revealing the colorful and festive windows.
Lawrence – a Dior ambassador since 2012 – wore the luxury fashion brand for her appearance.
She wore diamond jewelry, a black coat and a white button-down blouse.
Daily women’s clothing captured the spontaneous moment and shared a clip on Instagram of Lawrence, who also fell at the 2013 Oscars while walking up the stairs to accept her best actress award.
Fans were left laughing at the incident, with one fan commenting: “She always gets caught up in the awkward moments.”
“Chaotic,” one user quipped. “But Jen is too cute and funny!” Another person chimed in: “If she never gestured I wouldn’t have noticed.”
“NYC taxi drivers show about as much patience as their belt,” one person joked.
The “No Hard Feelings” actress’ minor clothing mistake comes on the heels of news about whether she would ever return to the “Hunger Games” franchise.
Lawrence led the franchise as Katniss Everdeen in all four installments from 2012 to 2015.
Producer Nina Jacobson revealed that any further appearances by the “Silver Linings Playbook” star will be left to the author of the “Hunger Games” book series, Suzanne Collins.
“If Suzanne has something to say, she’ll write a book about it,” Jacobson, 58, said Yahoo! Entertainment earlier this month.
“Honestly, as much as I love Katniss, I think her story is complete,” she continued. “And I think Suzanne feels like her story is complete.”
Jacobson continued, “But if that changes and Suzanne wants to say something and it involves Katniss, then I would be thrilled.”
“But really, any chance to be back in this world and move forward [director Francis Lawrence] and I would take Suzanne no matter who it was,” she remarked.
Francis, 52, who has directed every single “Hunger Games” film, echoed the producer’s sentiments, saying: “If for some reason she had a thematic idea that would make sense to tell another Katniss story , I’d be there, and then I’ll be there.” I’m sure Jen would be there.”
“But it really all depends on the topic and the idea and Suzanne,” he said.