Call us wowed, but don’t call us surprised — since 1983 Annie Leibovitz has shot Vanity Fair‘s most iconic covers. These photographs have come to define pop culture history. Though the subjects change, the covers are consistently beautiful, controversial, sexual, and powerful. And Caitlyn Jenner’s cover is no exception to Annie Leibovitz’s magic lense.
Leibovitz started doing work for Rolling Stone in 1970 and by 1973 was chief photographer. She stayed at the magazine for ten years and shot 142 covers before leaving to work at Vanity Fair. In 1998 Leibovitz became a regular photographer for Vogue as well.
In honor of Caitlyn Jenner’s stunning reveal, here are Annie Leibovitz’s most iconic covers over the years from Vogue, Vanity Fair, and Rolling Stone.