Look at our friends. Aren't they pretty?
The annual Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue is always packed with gorgeous photos and profiles of the hottest up-and-coming stars, and this year is no different. The three-part cover features 11 of our favorite ladies snapped by high-end photographer Mario Testino in super glam styles.
Oscar nominee/multiple piercee Rooney Mara is sporting a sleek Louise Brooks bob, while "Albert Nobbs" star Mia Wasikowska chills at her feet. Next to them, Jennifer Lawrence is looking fierce in a totally non-Katniss way, while Jessica Chastain is channeling an old school siren.
The second and third parts of the cover are equally robust. Elizabeth Olsen, who wowed in us in "Martha Marcy May Marlene" and charmed us in "Liberal Arts" at Sundance, is featured next to "Pariah" breakout star (and Meryl Streep fave) Adepero Oduye and Shailene Woodley from "The Descendants." Paula Patton, Felicity Jones, Brit Marling and Lily Collins bring up the reatr.
The first panel of the mag's cover is the most high profile, the one that you see when you go to your local magazine stand. (Or are we dating ourselves?) The second and third are less so. The question stands whether or not "Vanity Fair" is sticking its women of color in the background yet again or if it's about what sells on the newsstand. What do you think?