A few months ago, rumors started circulating that Vogue had chosen Jennifer Lawrence as its September cover star, and early this morning, the much-anticipated (125th-anniversary!) September Issue was revealed with none other than the Oscar winner gracing its glossy pages. For this momentous occasion, an equally momentous cover was required, which is why the magazine enlisted three photographers and one artist to depict their own unique visions of the star.
Annie Leibovitz and Inez and Vinoodh were among the photographers who photographed Lawrence, but we couldn’t help but make a connection to her modeling past with the final photographer, Bruce Weber. Before Lawrence became the world’s highest-paid actress, she was an Abercrombie & Fitch model. Those iconic black and white A&F images of a young Lawrence styled in a white tank top and windblown hair were taken by, you guessed it, Bruce Weber.
Now, 12 years later, Weber and Lawrence have reunited for a stunning black-and-white Vogue cover on which she dons a crisp white button-down and wavy hair. It’s slightly reminiscent of her younger modeling days, but it’s undeniable just how much Lawrence has grown.
Keep scrolling to see Jennifer Lawrence holding up her 2005 Abercrombie & Fitch campaign, plus the rest of her September Issue covers, then head to Vogue to read her interview.
Bruce Weber for Vogue
Annie Leibovitz for Vogue
Inez and Vinoodh for Vogue
John Currin for Vogue
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