From Lupita Nyong’o and Jennifer Lawrence to Viola Davis and Diane Keaton, Vanity Fair’s annual ‘Hollywood issue’ cover is a celebration of diversity. Released against the backdrop of the growing diversity debate after this year’s Oscar nominations, the cover shows the variety of women making their mark in Hollywood today, breaking barriers for age and race.

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The cover was shot by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz all features all 13 women dressed in a variety of black ensembles. “The dresses on the cover are all black because that lets each actress's face stand out—faces that are expressive, and in many cases even transformative," Jessica Diehl, the magazine's fashion and style director said in a statement. 

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The outfits also let each woman express their own personal style, with Jennifer Lawrence, Rachel Weisz and Helen Mirren opting for striking back gowns and Diane Keaton dressed in a suit and hat. Keaton’s outfit choice was of course entirely from her own wardrobe.

Speaking about Keaton’s unique look Diehl said: “Sometimes, when you get somebody like that, who has taken so much time to hone her personal style, you’re almost an idiot to try and improve upon that in five and a half minutes.”

Between them these 13 women have 35 Oscar nominations, with some like Jennifer Lawrence and Saoirse Ronan among this year’s nominees. The actress’ included range from seasoned veterans such as 69-year-old Charlotte Rampling, who has made 95 films and newcomer Alicia Vikander, star of The Danish Girl.

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Also featured are two-time Oscar winner Cate Blanchett, newcomer Brie Larson, who is Oscar nominated for The Room, Concussion star Gugu Mbatha-Raw and icons Helen Mirren and Jane Fonda. Vanity Fair’s Hollywood Issue is released on February 8th.