Lana Del Rey, we barely recognize you!
While we totally dig the smokey voiced singer's grand, ethereal, somber tracks, many of her tunes are very similar in tone…
Which is why we LOVE LOVE LOVE this newly leaked song, Queen of Disaster!
Prepare to shimmy your hips like it was the 1960s (above)!
So fun! So refreshing!
We reallllly hope this song will be featured on her upcoming album AND that it's a teaser of even more interesting melodies/rhythms to come…
Cause as much as we love melancholic beauty in the right dosage, the whole damaged-hollywood-babydoll thing is getting kinda depressing, LOLz.
Well, well! Would ya' look at this?!
Aside from a musical collaboration and a few random outings, Lana Del Rey usually keeps her relationship with boyfriend Barrie-James O'Neill away from the prying lenses of the paparazzi!
But it appears the breathy, baby-doll crooner decided to enjoy her latest trip across the pond with her man by her side, as she was spotted arriving with him in Edinburgh, Scotland yesterday, following the French premiere of The Great Gatsby - for which she provided the soundtrack's love theme Young & Beautiful - at the Cannes Film Festival in Nice!
Ch-ch-check 'em out (above)!
We just always adore how happy and relaxed these two always appear when together!
A pretty severe contrast from the toxic, all-consuming and supremely unhealthy romances she describes in her music, don't you think?
Hope you guys enjoy your time in Scotland!
[Image via Splash News.]
This is a crazy case of life imitating art imitating life!
The Bling Ring premiered at Cannes on Thursday, and it seems like some people were inspired by the true story of a bunch of teens burglarizing the homes of celebs, because more than $1 million worth of Chopard jewels were discovered stolen on Friday.
The jewels, which were seen on the likes of Julianne Moore, Cara Delevingne (above) and Lana Del Rey during the Opening Ceremony, were going to be lent to various other celebs throughout the duration of the Cannes Film Festival.
Authorities suspect an inside job as the jewels were taken from
So many awesome people in one place! It's like the Met Gala all over again!
Dripping in Chopard jewels, Lana Del Rey glided across The Great Gatsby red carpet during the Cannes Opening Ceremony like a goddess.
The 26-year-old served up Old Hollywood glam in an embroidered black and white Lena Hoschek gown with scalloped sweetheart neckline.
She's also set to perform her song Young and Beautiful from the film's soundtrack tonight!
What a coincidence! The song title accurately describes her look as well!
[Image via Getty Images.]
Despite the many years of sobriety Lana Del Rey has under her belt, that doesn't mean she isn't vulnerable to relapse or isn't a HUGE fan of six-time rehab champion Lindsay Lohan!
Ironic enough for you??!
In the latest issue of FASHION, the cover girl revealed:
What a tease!
Lana Del Rey proves exactly how much the camera loves her in a new photo shoot with FASHION magazine.
In the mag's summer issue, the singer plays up her retro good looks in Miu Miu, Chanel, Sally LaPonte, Dolce & Gabbana, and Gucci.
But the cover shot of the 25-year-old in a white Catherine Malandrino bandeau and skirt is the hottest of them all!
You'd think the throwback schtick would sour after a while, but with Lana it always feels fresh!
Check out the full gorgeous spread in the gallery (below)!
[Image via FASHION]
We've come to expect interesting things from the glamourpuss that is Lana Del Rey…
And we're glad to say that the music video for her very pretty yet strikingly somber Great Gatsby tune Young And Beautiful does not disappoint!
Admire the rouge-lipped Lana and her diamond tears (above).
We are definitely digging these deceptively simple visuals, and clever editing almost makes it feel like the video is throbbing!
Plus, the orchestral feature keeps with her "old hollywood" mixed with 1960s Nancy Sinatra aesthetic .
In fact, it kind of reminds us of an adult version of Disney's Fantasia, you know, if you were to take out the cartoons and just watch the in between bits, LOLz.
Haunting, effective, not over produced… love it!