lana del rey | ultraviolence
Lana Del Rey // Ultraviolence
Interview with Elizabeth Taylor
Conducted by James Grissom
My mother went out and got the magical life for me—and for herself, I should add. The point is: I saw the magic, so I believed in it, and it kept happening. You have to believe it’s out there, and most people don’t. Most people are afraid to dream for fear of what someone else will think. I didn’t have time for that, because I wasn’t allowed for a very long time to think for myself, and I hated that, but I also loved that, because a magical life presented itself to me and has been available to me ever since. Everyone who has ever had a life of adventure and color and richness believed in it and believed that they deserved it. That sounds easy, but it’s terribly hard. Most people are more comfortable envying and grousing and looking down the road for something. I want the magic. I got the magic.
© 2014 James Grissom
Aaaaand back by popular demand! The gorgeous Laura Whitmore @thewhitmore dancing The Robot after hosting the rowdy Irish Film & Television Awards 2014 #IFTAs #TheRobotDance
Photo taken by @DemianGregory at Pre-Wimbledon for WTA. Thanks to @5thhouseprgirls for my @allthingsmochi bag, Dannijo jewelry & @wear_again dress #Wimbledon #ilovetennis
Vogue Italia Look of the Day: Tolula Adeyemi @ MCM launch wearing Sofia French dress, Lemiena clutch. Collaborated with stylist Kelvin Barron.
I WANT TO BELIEVE
INVEST IN HEARTS
FINDING FELA. Everyone must see it! My parents knew him back in the 70s in Lagos. Founder of Afrobeat, charismatic political activist, musical visionary. Then, my mother was an Afrobeat, psychadelic Nigerian princess ! #SundanceFestUK
A few weeks ago my friend Millie Brown threw up rainbows for her first LA art show. #milliebrown #ladygaga #performanceart (at The Standard Hotel, West Hollywood, CA)