Jay Z is one dapper don on the cover of Vanity Fair. The rapper's longtime stylist June Ambrose unveiled a photo of the rapper's cover today.

"#MaverickMonday Airport Chronicles: Staytuned 4 the Adventures of #JayandJune #westcoastweekly (cover #styledbyjune)" she shared as a caption for an Instagram photo of herself reading the magazine alongside 'America's Next Top Model' judge Jay Manuel.

On the cover, the Brooklyn MC is wearing an all-white suit with a black bow tie.

This isn't the first time Hov has graced the cover of Vanity Fair. He posed for the pages of the respected publication back in 2007, with leading man George Clooney.

At the time, Jay was promoting his humanitarian work in Africa. He teamed up with the United Nations for a clean water project, documented by MTV in the film 'Water for Life.' “I come from the Marcy projects, in Brooklyn, which is considered a tough place to grow up, but this [showed me] how good we have it," he said at the time. "The rappers who say, ‘We’re from the ‘hood,’ take it from me, you’re not from the ‘hood. You haven’t seen people with no access to water. It really put things in perspective.”

The Vanity Fair issue featuring Jay Z on the cover (without the hyphen) hits newsstands soon.