Jennifer Lawrence has reached peak fashion.
The "Mother!" actress appears on four special edition covers for Vogue's 2017 September issue (the 125th one, no less), giving us major 😍😍😍.
But the most eye-catching cover is not an actual photo — it's a painting.
American artist John Currin was asked by the glossy to paint a portrait of the 26-year-old actress, and the result is a beautiful likeness of Lawrence, who wears a fur Miu Miu hat and gold dress with billowy sleeves.
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
Asked what it was like working with the famed painter, Lawrence made an amazing "Titanic" reference. "He took photos, and posed me like one of those French girls," she said.
As for who will keep the original piece of art, Lawrence wondered, "Who else would want it?" (Probably boyfriend Darren Aronofsky, JLaw!)
In a second cover, shot by Annie Leibovitz, the "Hunger Games" star poses in a red silk Ralph Lauren dress on a boat in front of the Statue of Liberty.
While a third cover features a close-up of Lawrence's gorgeous face.
And the fourth cover shows Lawrence go sultry in a gold Versace dress.
In the accompanying article, Lawrence touches on the topic of Aronofsky, who was her director in "Mother!" and confirms that they are indeed a couple.
"We had energy," Lawrence says about the 48-year-old director and their time shooting the movie, adding, "I had energy for him. I don't know how he felt about me."
"I've been in relationships before where I am just confused. And I'm never confused with him," she says.
She also discusses the impact the nude photo leaks still have on her life three years later. "It's scary when you feel the whole world judges you," she says. "I think people saw [the hacking] for what it was, which was a sex crime, but that feeling, I haven't been able to get rid of it."
But although some people were happy to see the "Passengers" actress on the coveted September cover, others weren't sure she deserved it.
What is Jennifer Lawrence doing at the moment that warrants a SEPTEMBER Vogue Cover— MYLES (@goldenpolaroid) August 9, 2017
a baguette > Jennifer Lawrence— Court Kim (@TheCourtKim) August 9, 2017
Beautiful covers. JL? Booooooooooorrrrrrrriiiiiiing choice. @voguemagazine you've become so common.— Wendy (@wpemhay) August 9, 2017
Many pointed out that Vogue lost out on the opportunity to put Céline Dion on the cover, after they photographed her during Paris Haute Couture Week.
You missed out using queen Celine Dion pic.twitter.com/PCJexl6f0Z— Celine Dion Daily✨ (@celinedionorg) August 9, 2017
Céline was out in Paris SLAYING fashion week and Vogue go and give Jennifer Lawrence FOUR COVERS for the September issue?????? BITCH WHAT— Mikee ✨ (@MikeeLange) August 9, 2017
You guys promoted tf out of Celine Dion and you guys didn't pick her. Goodbye! pic.twitter.com/oGnEgwiFIu— Celine Dion Daily✨ (@celinedionorg) August 9, 2017
Where is Céline Dion ? pic.twitter.com/2HQTRHDp3u— petitmec (@JeremOfficial) August 9, 2017
We mean, how can you not put Céline on the cover after this amazingness?
Giambattista Valli loves nothing more than rendering cotton candy as the most tempting fashion proposition. This season his cloud-like creation, the ultimate confection in pale pink tulle, was promptly whisked off the runway and into Celine Dion's suite at the Ritz. Featuring @celinedion in @giambattistavalliparis Director @gvsgvs Fashion Editor @jordenbickham Hair @juliendys Makeup @patmcgrathreal Manicure @lorandymua Producer @kelmcgee23 for NAAKT House Production @prodn_artandcommerce Director of Photography @daniellucasbouquet Set Design @migsbento Post Production @dtouch_official
Check out Jennifer Lawrence's entire interview at Vogue.com.