Jennifer Lawrence's September 'Vogue' Covers Will Take Your Breath Away

The Fall season is almost here, and Vogue is about to release the crown jewels of their yearly editorial crop. The biggest and most influential of the year, the September issue has the power to identify and set the next #it trends in stone. This year marks the magazine's 125th anniversary, and to celebrate the occasion, they're gifting us with four different covers, all starring national treasure Jennifer Lawrence. Each cover features strikingly diverse looks captured by three different photographers and one artist. Shall we peruse through the collection? 

Here's J. Law looking like she's on the set of a Bond film. Renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz captured this breathtaking shot. 

In a bit of a different move on Vogue's part, John Currin was asked to create a portrait of Jennifer that looks like it came straight out of a vintage issue. 

A departure from the glamour and gloss of the first cover, this photo shows a distinctly softer take on the season, all in beautiful black and white. 

Finally, the whammy. I mean really, how good does she look in gold? 

Which cover is your favorite, collegiettes? 

Claire Biggerstaff is a junior at Davidson College where she's pursuing a major in English. Since her sophomore year, she's been heavily involved with Her Campus and has written for her school's chapter, interned with Her Campus Media, and eventually became the Editor in Chief of her home chapter. When she's not researching news stories or holding editing workshops with her writers, you can find her enjoying an episode of The X-Files with a piping hot cup of peppermint tea.

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