Jennifer Lawrence as Vogue's cover for its 125th anniversary is her second Vogue cover in four years.
For this milestone issue, Vogue has released four separate covers featuring the "Hunger Games" actor.
For one of the covers captured by Annie Leibovitz, the actress is captured in a crimson silk dress, smoky eye and her hair in a bun.
She is leaning on a railing of a ferry, with the Statue of Liberty boldly standing behind her.
For the painted cover by famed photographer, John Curin, Lawrence wears a tan with a white and pink fur Miu Miu hat.
There's also the black and white cover which was photographed by Bruce Weber.
The blue-gray background cover which sees the actress in a gold outfit was shot by Dutch duo, Inez and Vinoodh.
As expected, Lawrence's second Vogue cover in four years was received with mixed reactions.
Lawrence is a four-time Oscar nominee and Best Actress winner for "Silver Lining Playbook."
Vogue also shared how the shoot was achieved in a video which can be watched below.