Jennifer Lawrence has been photographed practically naked for this month’s edition of Vogue magazine.
J-Law has it all – the great career, the handsome boyfriend and now not one Vogue cover, not two, but four. It’s greedy, if anything.
Talking about the release of her new film Mother! and her new relationship with the director of said film, Darren Aronofsky, Jennifer posed almost naked for the publication, save for a gold bra and a slinky gold scarf tangled round her leg.
And whilst it’s unclear whether there’s a nice pair of gold pants to finish off the ensemble, a strategically placed leg covers her modesty just in case there’s not.
The image was shot by renowned photographers Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadi, and sees the actress bare-faced and lion-haired.
The publication posted the gorgeous snap to their Instagram account, saying of the actress: ‘At 26, cover star #JenniferLawrence is already one of the most successful and exalted actors on the planet.
‘She’s a four-time Oscar nominee and Best Actress winner (#SilverLiningsPlaybook) who simultaneously built a history-making franchise (@thehungergames) while costarring in another (@xmenmovies).
‘In September, there’s the shrouded-in-secrecy @mothermovie—a tour de force from @darrenaronofsky, the filmmaking auteur and Lawrence’s boyfriend of the past year. Read our full interview with the actress about her new relationship, new movie, and more in the link in our bio. Photographed by @InezandVinoodh, styled by @tonnegood, Vogue, September 2017.’
Four different covers were created featuring the actress for the September issue: the Inez and Vinoodh cover, as well as ones shot by Annie Leibovitz and Bruce Weber, and a portrait of Jennifer painted by artist John Currin.
In her Vogue interview, Jennifer praises her relationship with Aronofsky, 48, saying that it’s a much more straightforward relationship than she’s used to: ‘For the past year, I’ve been dealing with him as just a human… I’ve been in relationships before where I am just confused. And I’m never confused with him.’
She continued: ‘We had energy… I had energy for him. I don’t know how he felt about me.’