For their 125th-year in print anniversary, Vogue not only went with the Oscar-winning, 3-time cover star Jennifer Lawrence for the September issue, but commissioned photographers Bruce Weber, Annie Leibovitz, and Inez and Vinoodh, and artist John Currin to create their own version of what J-Law’s cover should look like.
Leibovitz’s cover, which will be the main cover seen on shelves, has Lawrence channeling Old-Hollywood in a deep-V, crimson silk gown by Ralph Lauren, coupled with Cathy Waterman earrings.
For Weber’s cover, Lawrence was shot in black-and-white wearing a white, button-up Dior shirt, Dior rings, and one special Eli Halili engraved ring.
Inez and Vindoodh upped the glamour in a shiny gold Versace dress with a thigh-high slit and bronzed makeup, channeling a look reminiscent of the Oscars she’s won.
Lastly, John Currin’s cover is actually a classically painted portrait of Lawrence in a Miu Miu taupe gown, pink and white fur hat, and leather clutch.
For our September issue, we commissioned artist John Currin to create a portrait of #JenniferLawrence for one of her four covers. Tap the link in our bio to see all four, and pick up your copy on @amazon. Cover by John Currin. "Untitled," 2017. Oil on canvas, 40 x 30 inches (101.6 x 76.2 cm). © John Currin. Photography by Rob McKeever. Courtesy @gagosiangallery. #Vogue125
In her interview, Lawrence addresses how the leaked photo scandal has left her on edge, telling Vogue that “I’m always waiting to get blindsided again.” But that hasn’t stopped her from continuing to push the limits of her acting.
In her new upcoming movie, Mother!, Lawrence confesses that some moments were very tough for her, even sharing how at one point she started to hyperventilate and dislocated her rib due to the intensity.
“I had to go to a darker place than I’ve ever been in my life. . . . I didn’t know if I’d be able to come out OK,” she opened up. Luckily, the crew knew just how to cheer her up, creating a Kardashian tent for to go to when she needed a “happy place.”
Besides Mother!, Lawrence is set to film her fourth X-Men movie, and is tied to Steven Spielberg’s movie about wartime photographer Lynsey Addario, Ron Howard’s movie about Zelda Fitzgerald, and Adam McKay’s movie about the Silicon Valley Theranos scandal.