It's mid-August, which means the September issue of Vogue will be hitting stands before you know it, and we finally know who'll be gracing the coveted cover.
For the second time in just four years, Jennifer Lawrence is on the cover of the September issue. And this time, Vogue gave her FOUR different covers.
There's this painting by John Currin, the first painted September cover in Vogue history:
And there's this New York Harbor shot by Annie Leibovitz, with the Statue of Liberty standing tall in the background:
This black-and-white cover is by famed photographer Bruce Weber:
And this blue-gray and gold number was shot by Inez and Vinoodh:
Seeing J. Law on the September cover might not be a total surprise, though, if you happened to hear the rumors back in July:
J. Law first covered the September issue back in 2013.
Because this is 2017, people had some ~opinions~ about Vogue's choice. Some people were thrilled to see her on the cover:
While others...weren't quite convinced:
And some people just wanted to see Céline:
AN 👏 Y 👏 WAY 👏 Here's how Vogue pulled it all off:
John Currin's paintingAnnie Leibovitz's photoBruce Weber's photoInez and Vinoodh's photoVia Vogue
Jennifer Lawrence Covered Vogue's September Issue, And People Are Seriously Divided About It
Get the app
Oops. Something went wrong. Please try again later
Looks like we are having a problem on the server.
So which is your favorite?
vote votesJohn Currin's painting
vote votesAnnie Leibovitz's photo
vote votesBruce Weber's photo
vote votesInez and Vinoodh's photo