Elle Fanning looks like a completely different woman on the cover of this magazine

Elle Fanning, is that really you?

The the Maleficent actress, who stuns us with every magazine cover she lands, graced the cover of British fashion magazine Schön! Magazine, rocking a killer look straight out of the ’70s.

Fanning, whose new movie 20th Century Women (co-starring Annette Bening and Greta Gerwig) comes out on Christmas Day, talked to the mag about Hollywood and her quite impressive career thus far. According to Schön!, this specific issue “[turns] to celebrate the screen-hungry lifestyle of Generation Z,where screen stars in film, TV and music stand tall as new icons of our contemporary culture.”

And just look at this cool/different look Elle sported for the mag:

Fanning, along with older sister Dakota, has grown up in the public eye, making her on-screen debut playing a younger version of Dakota’s character in 2001 thriller I Am Sam.

Since stepping out on her own and forging an impressive acting career, Fanning’s taken on incredibly diverse roles, including a young filmmaker in Super 8, a young zookeeper in We Bought a Zoo, and she most recently played an aspiring model in thriller The Neon Demon.

Despite being one of the most famous and critically acclaimed 18-year-olds in the world, Fanning has earned a reputation for being incredibly grounded, something she attributes to her family and her “normal” upbringing.

“I thankfully went to a normal high school, Fanning, a recent high school graduate, told Harper’s Bazaar, "So thankfully I was with kids who were my own age.

She also told Harper’s Bazaar that just like every other teenager on the planet, she couldn’t avoid the awkward phase that came with young adulthood. She told the mag,

“Everyone feels insecure. I would be lying if I was like, ‘I was never insecure!’ I grew seven inches in a year when I was 12. I definitely had very awkward phases.

As if we didn’t need another reason to love her! Keep slaying magazine covers, Elle!