Jennifer Lawrence said she felt like the whole world was judging her when nude photos surfaced online.
In a second cover, shot by Annie Leibovitz, the "Hunger Games" star poses in a red silk Ralph Lauren dress on a boat in front of the Statue of Liberty. "I think people saw [the hacking] for what it was, which was a sex crime, but that feeling, I haven't been able to get rid of it".
'Having your privacy violated constantly isn't a problem if you're ideal, but if you're human, it's terrifying'.
Even when it's nothing.
Clarifying again that it was not a bra she was wearing in the footage, Jennifer continued: "It's an Alexander Wang top and I'm not gonna lie, I think my dancing's pretty good".
Vogue also commissioned artist John Currin to paint her for one of the four covers as part of the celebrations for the magazine's 125th anniversary issue.
In the accompanying article, Lawrence touches on the topic of Aronofsky, who was her director in "Mother!" and confirms that they are indeed a couple.
The Harvard educated film producer appears to add clarity to her life despite their 20-year age difference: "I've been in relationships before where I am just confused".
The actor went on to reveal that she usually does not date people from Harvard but that she made an exception for Darren. "He's not like that".
The 26-year-old tells the publication she and the director began dating after wrapping up filming on the intense, psychological drama, Mother! "One guy said that and a lot of media picked up on that and it became the mantra that the film carried, and I thought it was a really unfair thing because I think it's a handsome film I couldn't be more proud of".
Lawrence's response to this idea was sadly unprintable, but it's safe to say she wasn't keen on the idea of a reshoot.