Lana Del Rey covers Madame Figaro, a French publication, in hippie chick chic. Again, we almost forget that LDR is a singer since she is always modeling fashions in magazines.

If you can read French, well, the interview is here. Toss into Google Translate if you are dying to know what she had to say.

But other than that, you can gawk and drool over the images from the '70s-inspired, bronzey spread, where she rocks a variety of neutral tones -- beige, brown -- and a Pocahontas-style headband in her center-parted, chocolatey locks, which she sported towards the end of last year. Even her eye makeup has a sunset-like glow to it.

Del Rey is usually seen in high end attire in her magazine spreads, but she's dressed down and a bit more casual on the cover image. She's still glammed out, but the jeans and furs are sexy and unpredictable, while the structured pantsuit is more familiar and what we expect from LDR. We don't know what to think of that reddish-brownish tracksuit thing she's wearing.

We like seeing her in more street style get ups.

Madame Figaro
Madame Figaro
Madame Figaro

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