Cover Look: Jennifer Lawrence For Vogue Magazine’s September Issue
She’s one of the biggest names in Hollywood, and now a Vogue cover girl-once again. Jennifer Lawrence (and Lady Liberty) grace the coveted cover of Vogue’s September issue looking every inch an all American beauty. The Kentucky native wears a floor sweeping red silk gown by one of America’s most beloved designers, Ralph Lauren. Inside the spread JLaw models designs by the likes of Versace, Miu Miu, and of course the house for which she is a main muse-Dior. Since it’s the 125th anniversary of the September issue, Vogue naturally went big for the occasion. Four separate covers were shot by three of the most powerful fashion photographers in the biz. The Bruce Webber cover shows Jennifer looking demure in black and white. Inez and Vindooh depict Ms.Lawrence oozing sultriness while dripping in Donatella gold. Vogue favorite Annie Leibovitz gives us the all American Dream in the form of a grand gown, movie star moment (which so far seem to be the favorite.) For the fourth cover Vogue commissioned American artist John Currin to create a Renaissance-inspired portrait of the actress. The painting puts a whole new meaning to the phrase “paint me like one of your French girls.” Inside the magazine Jennifer opens up about her relationship with filmmaker Darren Aronofsky, her Kardashian addiction, and how she stays grounded in Hollywood. Check out a piece of the interview and more photos on Vogue.com.