Vogue has announced its September cover star: Jennifer Lawrence. And in celebration of their biggest issue of the year, the magazine has released four separate covers with portraits of the actress by a quartet of different artists: Annie Leibovitz, Inez and Vinoodh, Bruce Weber, and a painting by John Currin.
She said the experience of sitting for Currin was "Pretty unbelievable" in the accompanying Vogue cover story. "He took photos, and posed me like one of those French girls. I think Pippi (her dog) might actually be in some of them."
In addition, Lawrence talked about her new film, mother!, which is out September 15 and co-stars Javier Barden and Michele Pfeiffer. She also mentioned powerful crystals and being "relatable." Take a look at the four portrait covers, below:
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