than on the cover of most music magazines, she's like the musical manifestation of what they go for.
i can't real imagine a more sexual face, to be honest.
I like her, I don't have a problem with her being in Vogue. I usually find the magazine interesting and buy it when I have the money.
people spell her name wrong.
^ +10 indie points.
nah, it was inconsistent on her promotional stuff when she was first 'launched'
but I don't think the original poster is incredulous about the fact she's on the cover of Vogue, more the photo they've chosen to run with. She's undoubtedly a pretty girl (let's ignore the issue of cosmetic surgery for this discussion), but it is an awful photo of her they've used: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/sites/default/files/imagecache/blog_post_349_width/2012/02/lana_del_rey_british_vogue_cover.jpg
The cinching at the lower back/puffing out of the dress at the bum is a bit odd though. Overzealous 'shoppery?
she's pretty much done exactly what she set out to do
it looks like there's an interview in there as well.
Vogue have put Victoria Beckham, Vanessa Paradis, Adele, Rihanna, Florence Welch & now Lana Del Rey. Looking back they've traditionally only given on average one cover per year to a female musician/artist. So there's been a definite shift in the last year in the magazine's focus on the music industry and I suppose it's fitting that Lana is part of this.
but she seemed quite shy and blown away at the Brits for her award...whether that was genuine or not is another thing. It's hard to say where the media and reality meet.
So, no. I didn't recognise half the nominees in the Brits either, which having seen the clips was probably no bad thing.
If I was Anna Wintour, I'd do it too. It's like a no-brainer.