Lana Del Rey‘s star continues to rise around the globe, and the American songstress can officially add VOGUE covergirl to her list of accomplishments.
Shot by Mario Testino, Del Rey looks oh so pretty on the March 2012 Cover for British VOGUE, sporting a gorgeous yellow聽broderie anglaise blouse and collar from Louis Vuitton. Inside, Del Rey poses in a cute floral one-piece from Prada, as well as a聽Victor & Rolf聽shirt,聽Giambattista Valli聽shorts, and gorgeous red shoes by Talbot Runhof for Rodo.
The issue hits newsstands this Tuesday, February 6th.
The Priority Boxes Project is a public art series that seeks to initiate聽dialogue on peace, challenge people to reconsider their ability to influence change and question the fragility, value and priority given to those concepts.
Each box, sent by mail to anyone who requests one, is both a canvas for a unique abstract painting and a platform for communication through art. A mixture of art and activism, the boxes are sent free to convey that something of such priority as peace should not have a price and that art can be both inclusive and accessible to all.
From his small studio in Weehawken, New Jersey, artist Franck de Las Mercedes聽has sent over 10,000 boxes around the globe, to countries in every continent.聽Since its beginning in 2006, the project has been funded by the artist as well as donations, and has evolved into a movement that has been embraced by popular culture, the mainstream media, schools and art educators across America.
If I had to聽describe聽the unreal textiles and craftsmanship behind Acquastudio聽in one word — it would be ‘outstanding.’ Their latest Fall/Winter 2012 Collection raises the bar yet again for the Brazil-based label, abundant with floral embroidered聽embellishments, feminine 1940′s silhouettes and a wonderful array of聽fasteners.