There may be more famous, photographed, and hyped singers around, but few are more stylish than sultry songstress, Lana Del Rey. Pictured here in the September issue of Fashion Magazine, her long and shiny strands complement a dreamy shoot by Chris Nicholls. Take inspiration, including the perfect way to wear a wide-brimmed hat, from all the images, featured in the style notes below….
Lana Del Ray is showing her chops. Her new album Ultraviolence is top of the pops, and she even gets cool points for naming it after a term coined by Anthony Burgess in his dystopian novella, A Clockwork Orange. Meanwhile, she continues to be a sought-after model for the world’s most fashionable magazines. This colossally beautiful spread for the June issue of Madame Figaro is romantic and ultra-feminine, and shows the mysterious glamor of a tousled raven-head. See all the images in the style notes.
Flowered headbands are so hot right now. The trend started with Frida Khalo and was resurrected by Lana Del Rey. This simple accessory can be a statement piece and, since they are so simple to make, can be customized to match any outfit. To your preference, make them delicate and whimsical or bold and attention-grabbing. In the spirit of the Electric Daisy Carnival starting this weekend –– a place where flowered headbands are a requisite uniform –– here’s a quick how-to on making your own. –– Kelly Rowe
In Lana Del Rey’s video Ride, the scene sequence opens with the sexy songbird swinging on a tire swing in an open desert. The landscape is beautiful, but we are absolutely gushing about her hair! It is lager than life in the music video that shows scenes from the open road with Lana perched on the back of a bike. The look is equal parts romantic and bad ass. We get the feeling she could give a kiss as well as a punch in the very same minute. Click through for steps on how to make your curls “Lana-sized.”