Vogue is celebrating its 125 Anniversary this September issues, and they're doing it in typical Vogue fashion. 


The fashion bible chose actress Jennifer Lawrence to grace the cover of this collector edition of the magazine, but they didn't just settle for one cover, oh no. 


They opted for not one, but four separate covers to celebrate the big occasion, and J-Law looks divine in each.



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 The four covers are remarkably different, with a completely different look. 


The first sees Jennifer lounging against a boat railing looking out at the NYC skyline in a red silky floor length gown. Casual.


The Statue of Liberty can be seen in the background as Jennifer epitomises the magazine's theme of 'American beauty.'



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 The next cover is startlingly unique. 


The cover was painted by esteemed artist John Cumin, after Jennifer posed for him in his studio, pink fluffy hat and all.


'He took photos, and posed me like one of those French girls,' she told Vogue. 



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The third cover sees Jennifer looking like an extra from Dream Girls, in a dramatic Versace mini dress. 


Posing against a stark background, Jennifer's stunning looks speak volumes. 



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 The fourth is shot in classic black and white.


All four covers are so different, if you pick up this month's edition of Vogue, which will you choose?



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