My obsession for all things Lana Del Rey has spiralled out of control this past year, and this latest shoot for French magazine Le Fiagro Madame is not helping the addiction. Lana is stunning as always in this decidedly nonchalant homage to the sixties, the work of the renowned Jean-Baptiste Mondino, French fashion photographer and music video director. Brown hues, faux fur, leather braided headbands, flowers and velour feature in the shoot, which Lana pulls off effortlessly.
Of the shoot, "In the sixties atmosphere imagined by the team, Lana finally finds her place shifted. It has often been compared to a heroin lynchéenne version Mulholland Drive. Front of the lens Mondino, her eyes also blurs like a child Marilyn, trimbalée at night on Rodeo Drive by a mother lost, such as Joyce Carol Oates imagines in his wonderful novel Blonde – Le Figaro Madame" Pardon my french.
It's enough to make me want to pull out the boho headbands.
Images - Jean-Baptise Mondino, Source - Le Figaro Madame