On May 17, Lana Del Rey was spotted walking around West Hollywood, California. She sported a new, shorter hairstyle!
In a candid interview with ELLE Magazine – for their June 2018 issue – Lana Del Rey and Kendall Jenner discuss their anxiety, Kylie’s baby and social media issues. The pair also chat about when they first met at the Kardashian-West rehearsal dinner at the Palace of Versailles.
Here is a snippet from the interview:
The two are chatting on the phone—Jenner in her house in L.A., and Del Rey in Brazil, in between tour gigs—discussing their mental health. Jenner’s struggles with anxiety were a central topic on the last season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, and Del Rey, for one, gets it. “I haven’t spoken that much about my anxiety over the years,” the singer, 32, tells Jenner. “But one of the cool things that’s come up is the focus on self-care. I do meditations for joy and happiness and try not to spread myself too thin.” Jenner welcomes the advice. “It’s interesting; ever since I said something about being anxious, a lot of people in the spotlight have come to me, being like, ‘Oh my God, me too!’ There’s this community. I take what they do to help themselves and piece it together to find what helps me.”
Click here to read the full interview.
Lana Del Rey attended the Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitian Museum on May 7. The theme this year was ‘Heavenly Bodies: Fashion & The Catholic Imagination’.
Lana wore a custom-made Gucci dress and was in attendance with her two Gucci angels: Jared Leto and designer Alessandro Michele. Michele – being the creative director of Gucci – designed the outfits for three of them. Read more about Lana’s look below, and click here to see the details close-up.
The long sleeve silk cady and lace grown was inspired by Our Lady of Sorrows by Alessandro Michele. The bodice features ‘The Seven Sorrows of Mary‘ with the initials LDR on the sacred heart. The skirt features hand stitched hold metal and coloured silk thread embroidery inspired by baroque floral motifs and daggers, with a pleated tulle and lace underskirt.
Completing the look is a handmade headpiece (inspo here) with blue and white painted feathers and crystal halo, ivory satin loafers with embroidered lotus and handmade antique glass stick representing the eyes of Saint Lucy.
Public Appearances > 2018 > Heavenly Bodies: Fashion & The Catholic Imagination Costume Institute Gala held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, NY, USA (May 7)
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Heading to the Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art—the #MetGala— celebrating the opening of the exhibit ‘Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.’ @lanadelrey wore a custom #Gucci long sleeve silk cady and lace gown inspired by Our Lady of Sorrows by #AlessandroMichele. The bodice features ‘The Seven Sorrows of Mary’ with the initials ‘LDR’ on the sacred heart. The skirt features hand stitched gold metal and colored silk thread embroidery inspired by baroque floral motifs and daggers with a pleated tulle and lace underskirt. Completing the look is a handmade headpiece with blue and white painted feathers and crystal halo, ivory satin loafers with embroidered lotus and handmade antique glass stick representing the eyes of Saint Lucy. #MetHeavenlyBodies
On April 23, Lana Del Rey attended the 35th Annual ASCAP Pop Music Awards in Beverly Hills, where she received the ‘Global Impact Award’. Chuck Grant, Emma Elizabeth and Joshua Tillman, Rick Nowells, Ben Mawson and Ed Millet were in attendance to support Lana, in addition to some fans who Lana took some photos with.
In her thank you speech, Lana said: “I just got off the road of four months of touring […] It’s so amazing to be honoured for my writing. I also want to share this tonight with my producer, partner Rick Nowells […] I got a lot of friends and family in the audience and as much as this is an accomplishment, it’s also really cool that I’m sitting at a table with people I work with that I really love. And that I get to be playful everyday with my music, and me and Rick always talk about catching that lightning in the bottle.”
Public Appearances > 2018 > 35th Annual 2018 ASCAP Pop Music Awards in Beverly Hills, California, USA (April 23)
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— ASCAP (@ASCAP) April 24, 2018
— ASCAP (@ASCAP) April 24, 2018
The last show of Lana Del Rey‘s ‘LA to the Moon’ tour was at at Palacio De Vistalegre in Madrid, Spain on April 20, along with Cat Power as the opening act. Lana sang ‘Terrence Love You’, as well as ‘Old Money’ and ‘Gods & Monsters’.
Did you attend? E-mail us your photos, videos and concert reports!
Intro: Experiment in Terror by Henry Mancini
Cherry (with Scarborough Fair outro)
Pretty When You Cry
Born to Die
Terrance Loves You  (snippet)
Lust For Life
Medley: Change, Black Beauty, Young & Beautiful
Video Games 
Old Money (snippet)
Gods & Monsters 
Get Free 
Off to the Races 
You are what you are I don't matter to anyone ❤️ Lana Del Rey singing 'Terrence Loves You' live at Palacio Vistalegre in Madrid, Spain on April 20, 2018 🇪🇸 @LanaDelReyFan
— Lana Del Rey World (@LanaDelReyWorld) April 20, 2018