It's Blake Lively as you've never seen her before: in a 1950s fashion magazine shoot. No, it's not a throwback lookalike, it's the incredible Photoshop work of 'photo montager' Ivo von Niederhäusern. And the actress was pretty chuffed with the results herself, posting his image with the caption: "Classiest I'll ever be is in this photoshop by @ivovonniederhaeusern from a 1950s fashion magazine.
It seems Ivo is quite the Blake fan (let's face it, who isn't?) as he's also reimagined her looking dreamy in black and white alongside Clark Gable in 1934 flick Chained, proving her quintessential brand of Hollywood glamour is totally timeless.
He's also Photoshopped her as Ava Gardner, Joan Crawford, and as a 1950s Balenciaga muse. And, showing there's literally no look Blake can't pull off, he's even got her rocking a 1573-style ruff and ginger jewelled 'do in Renaissance artist Sanchez Coello's oil painting, Lady With A Fan.
In case you're worried Blake's husband Ryan Reynolds might be feeling a little left out, fear not – he's been given the photo montage treatment too. Ivo has cast him as notorious movie serial killer Norman Bates, from Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho. Erm, we're not sure he'll be too happy with that one.
The Lively-Reynolds aren't the only stars to get the Ivo treatment. Rihanna, Katie Holmes and Rachel Weisz all get in on the action. He proves Margot Robbie was definitely a 1950s pin-up in a former life with this knockout image of her as Anita Ekberg in Federico Fellini's classic La Dolce Vita.
Meanwhile, Emma Watson is total fashion royalty as Coco Chanel.
And seriously, how did we not see Saoirse Ronan as a 1920s flapper before?
Now Ivo, if you could just shop our heads onto the latest Victoria's Secret line-up, that would be great.
Blake Lively just clapped back at someone for insulting her style and we're so here for her response