Lana Del Rey Is Named Woman Of The Year By ‘GQ’ And Debuts Dark Hair

Erika Brooks Adickman | September 5, 2012 5:37 pm

Lana Del Rey is the scarlet starlet of just about every overseas magazine at the moment. First, the sultry siren’s signature pout debuted on Vogue Australia, and now a far less clothed LDR graces the cover of British GQ where she’s been crowned the Woman Of The Year.

For GQ‘s annual Men Of The Year Awards on Tuesday night (Sept. 4) the Born To Die songbird arrived in an ultra glam white gown and, more notably, sporting dark brown locks. It’s as if Lana is washing away all that was left of Lizzie Grant. After being introduced by Boy George, who gushed about meeting the singer, Lana nervously took the stage to accept her award and shared an anecdote about her pictorial for the magazine’s latest issue.

Paul, the creative director was very hands on with the shoot. In fact, if you see in the magazine in the middle of the spread you’ll see a hand hoisting up one of my boobs. That’s Paul’s hand. Couldn’t have done it without him.”

We assume her photo spread will be just as revealing as her cover.

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