Wednesday, 14 October 2015

LANA DEL REY IN JEAN HARLOW'S GARDEN FOR MARFA JOURNAL #ISSUE4

All Images © Alexandra Gordienko 

If you've ever wondered what Lana Del Rey camped out in the back of Hollywood screen siren Jean Harlow's Beverly Hills back garden would look like... then wonder no more.

The indie chanteuse - who released new album 'Honeymoon' last month - has collaborated with on-fire art publication, Marfa Journal and its founder Alexandra Gordienko for issue 4, camping it up in Cali - and if you're not yet familiar with the magazine (of course you are), it's name was inspired by off-the-beaten-track town, Marfa in Texas, a magnetic playground for artists and photographers since the 60s, which was also the backdrop for Larry Clark's film 'Marfa Girl'.

The town's mystic appeal also includes the now-famous cultural and fashion landmark, 'Prada Marfa', a permanent art installation since 2005 by Elmgreen and Dragset, featuring a storefront whose existence fuels an ongoing dialogue about permanence, minimalism and consumerism, (and Instagrammers including Beyonce love it). The door doesn’t work, so you can only window shop Prada’s A/W 2005 collection.


But enough about Marfa, here's Lana...

















 

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