The actress is on the cover of the most important Vogue issue of the year.
Jennifer Lawrence is the lucky girl who covers the most coveted fashion magazine, Vogue, and not just any time of the year: the September issue. The magazine was impressed by her ability to transform from indie film to blockbuster, while appearing natural and honest every time. After recently cutting her hair and having it dyed half blond and half brown, the actress looks fresh, without losing herself in the new look. During the interview, Jennifer opened up about her favorite TV show, Homeland, but also about her biggest fear: “I don’t have nightmares about clowns or burglars or murderers. I have nightmares about thirteen-year-olds. They terrify me,” she said. The actress also mentions that the passage from indie films to famous ones wasn’t very smooth. Suddenly on the red carpet and off to receive awards, she felt misplaced and like a puppet. Of course, when The Hunger Games got to that point, she was already accustomed to the way things worked in mainstream Hollywood.
“All of a sudden the entire world feels entitled to know everything about me, including what I’m doing on my weekends when I’m spending time with my nephew. And I don’t have the right to say, ‘I’m with my family,’ ” Lawrence says about being in the spotlight all the time. Whether she likes to or not, she’s famous, and her personal life is unlikely to stay that personal. Pictured here at a Dior fashion show earlier this summer, Jennifer is wearing a pink crop top and steampunk inspired sunglasses.
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