Lana Del Rey Bares All For Provocative GQ Cover

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Lana Del Rey Bares All For Provocative GQ Cover
Lana Del Rey Bares All For Provocative GQ Cover
Lana Del Rey Bares All For Provocative GQ Cover
Lana Del Rey Bares All For Provocative GQ Cover
Lana Del Rey Bares All For Provocative GQ Cover
Lana Del Rey is looking all kinds of Lana Del Radiant on the cover of UK GQ as the mag’s “Woman of the Year.”

The Born To Die singer bares all except for matching bold sapphire jewels in what has to be her most provocative photo shoot yet—all courtesy of one portrait in the spread which features Del Rey being tit-grabbed by the magazine’s own creative director/opportunist Paul Solomons. Uh, power tripping, much?

The photo in question has about 12% of that infamous Janet Jackson Rolling Stone vibe, except minus Jackson’s powerful sultriness, it’s replaced with Del Rey’s signature feminine submissiveness—so I guess we’re at least on brand here.

Otherwise, in the other photos that don’t look like inspiration for gender studies thesis papers, Del Rey looks glam as ever and primed for future editorial modeling gigs.

In the other photos that don’t look like inspiration for gender studies thesis papers, Del Rey looks glam as ever and primed for future editorial modeling gigs.

Yesterday Del Rey stepped out for the GQ Men of the Year Awards 2012 where she darkened up her hair style, a complete contrast to the glossy cover of the mag. Her locks took on a total graveyard chic appearance at the awards ceremony in London, dyed in a retro-goth tint that packs about as much somberness as any of her lyrics or tattoos.

Also in 125% contrast to the UK GQ cover, Del Rey was fully clothed—in a serene satin floor length Wayne Cooper gown pinched in at the waist with a skinny belt of the same material.
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