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07/15/2013 09:06 am ET Updated Jul 16, 2013

Claire Danes' Vogue Cover Makes 'Homeland' Star A High-Fashion Spy (PHOTO)

For their August cover story, Vogue has gone rogue. Instead of dressing cover star Claire Danes in a ladylike gown, Vogue created an espionage-themed shoot worthy of her Showtime drama, "Homeland."

Annie Leibovitz photographed Danes alongside costar Damian Lewis in high-end looks. The actors pose in an interrogation room, a surveillance van, a sedan and a hotel room, looking very serious the whole time.

As for the cover shot, Danes is equally serious, still in caricature character in a Burberry Prorsum trenchcoat (how very "Spy vs. Spy"). She accessorizes with a gold belt, because she's not a regular spy, she's a cool spy. Don't mess with me, Danes' stoneface says. After seeing the show's torture scenes, we weren't planning on it.

See the full spread and read Claire's accompanying interview on Vogue.com. What do you think of the glossy's high-fashion spin on the CIA drama?

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