Carey Mulligan looks every bit the Roaring Twenties-era siren on the May cover of Vogue.
The star of the upcoming flick The Great Gatsby graced the cover in a stunning lime-green Oscar de la Renta gown and lavish jewels.
The Mario Testino-shot photos capture Mulligan, who plays Daisy Buchanan, in 1920s-esque flapper gowns and headpiece adornments that are dripping with diamonds.
This isn't the first time the 27-year-old has landed the coveted cover. Mulligan was also featured on the October 2010 cover for her work in the films Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps and Never Let Me Go.
The actress opened up to the fashion publication about Gatsby's grueling schedule and being a newlywed. Despite marrying Marcus Mumford, lead singer of Mumford & Sons in April of last year, the actress admitted she's fallen behind on enjoying wedded bliss.
"I still haven't moved everything into my grown-up house," so told the mag.
Mulligan also revealed that filming the F. Scott Fitzgerald classic "was crazy and exhausting and quite overwhelming" and that the film is "the biggest, craziest production I've ever been involved in."
The Great Gatsby hits theaters on May 10 and is set to open the Cannes Film Festival on May 15.