This is where the flowers have gone

lets face it, you can run, but you can’t hide. it’s official, Lana Del Ray is everywhere. we all  knew that Pop needed a bit of indie infused into it to feel cool again, and it came in the form of this chick.

I admit, I dig her style, I dig her look and I dig the videos and the songs.

There’s a lot of flower head pieces lately in many editorials and shows (seemed to be more than usual)  and i couldn’t help but wonder if miss Del Ray doesn’t have something to do with it. anyway, you’ll be the judge.

I especially like the Lana Del Ray flower hair wreaths and apparently I-d magazine liked it too because they decided to do a bit of an homage to her style in this next shoot  from their January issue, i love the color scheme.

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Haruki Horikawa - Photographer, Leeann Mak - Fashion Editor/Stylist, Liam Curran - Hair Stylist

And here’s the real thing.

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From British Vogue, February 2012. shot by Marion Testino.

A still from "Born to die"

Photography by nicole Nodland

Photography by nicole Nodland

Photography by nicole Nodland

Alexa Chung with her own twist to the flower look, she does it here with the same classic arrangement but with big fabric pieces, to still achieve the same look.

Alexa on the cover of Company magazine, February 2012.

And finally, lets not forget who is really the ultimate inspiration for this look, the mother of all flower head wreaths. The lovely, the enchanting, Frida kahlo.

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