Dianna Agron is so beautiful that she could wear a burlap sack and a hockey mask, and still turn 9 outta 10 heads. Because of this, the 'Glee' star is often a style chameleon. From her clean cut Cosmo cover to her vampy turn on Flaunt, Agron is not afraid to try new styles, and since she is so naturally stunning, she can get away with pushing the limits. For her Nylon cover, she shows off a '60s, mod style, channeling Twiggy with those piecey, spidery false eyelashes and side-slicked hair. It took us a minute to even recognize her!

The short pink dress with white lace sleeves and the black polka dotted tights are also very reminiscent of the Andy Warhol-led New York City Youthquake culture and look. For this cover and spread, Agron is such a throwback, especially when she piles on the black eyeliner.

In the accompanying feature, Agron spoke about her "side" gig, which is an online venture. She is thisclose to launching a website called 'You and Me and Charlie.' What's you, me and Chuck about? "It's mainly arts-based, but it's also a forum for people to love and support each other. I realized that just by posting something, I can really influence someone's day," the star said. How Lady Gaga of her.

While Agron plays cheerleader Quinn on 'Glee,' her real life teenage and high school self were nothing like her alter ego. Agron and her pals were into the dark, gothic and coven-like side of things. She said they "watched 'Practical Magic' and all of those movies, like 'The Craft.' My friend's mom had all these Stevie Nicks outfits, and we'd gypsy dance in her living room and have seances. We'd mix all these things from the refrigerator together and we'd look at it and be like, 'This means you're going to find true love when you're 18 years old.'"

All the singer/actress/cover model would say about Quinn's future on 'Glee' was that she is a senior and will probably graduate. Damn you, Ryan Murphy!

Check out the photos from the spread below!