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
During a day off, on April 15, Lana Del Rey explored Civita di Bagnoregio – a town near Rome – often called ‘La città che muore’ which translates to “The Dying Town”. She was with Alessandro Michele and some other friends. Lana also stopped to take some photos with fans who spotted her walking around!
Candids > 2018 > Enjoying time in Civita di Bagnoregio, Italy (April 15)
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Lana Del Rey is back in the USA! She was spotted leaving Soho House in Malibu, California on April 7.
Candids > 2018 > Leaving Soho House in Malibu, California, USA (April 7)
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After completing the Australian leg of her LA to the Moon tour, Lana Del Rey departed Sydney via Sydney International Airport on April 3. Her tour will continue in Europe, with the first show in Italy on April 11.
Lana Del Rey performed at the Sidney Myer Music Bowel in Melbourne, Australia on March 31. For this show, she made some adjustments adding in ‘Million Dollar Man’, ‘Gods & Monsters’ and ‘Shades of Cool’.
Before her show, Lana was spotted by fans out near Arbory Bar & Eatery where she wrote “Happiness is a butterfly” for Albert, who later got it tattooed between a portrait of Lana and a butterfly they already had. Lana was spotted outside of her hotel by fans before her concert started. She gave away her famous heart-shaped necklace for free to her fans in the front row.
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Cherry (into two verses of Scarborough Fair)
Pretty When You Cry
High by the Beach
Born to Die
Gods & Monsters
Million Dollar Man
West Coast 
Lust For Life
Medley: Change, Black Beauty, Young & Beautiful
Yayo  
Shades of Cool
Off to the Races
Bonus videos:   
Candids > 2018 > Out in the city and Arbory Bar & Eatery in Melbourne, Australia (March 31)
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Candids > 2018 > Near her hotel before her concert in Melbourne, Australia (March 31)
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Tours > LA TO THE MOON 2017-2018 > Sidney Myer Music Bowel in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (March 31)
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— Albert Giglia (@HausOfAlbert) March 31, 2018