Lana Del Rey on the March 2013 cover of 'Numero Tokyo.'
Photo: Courtesy of 'Numero' Tokyo
If there's one thing we love about Lana Del Rey, it's her ability to channel that badass "gangster Nancy Sinatra" look into every magazine shoot she does. Case and point: Her latest cover with Numero Tokyo. The March 2013 issue, photographed by Mariano Vivanco and styled by Miranda Almond, shows Lana transformed into an oh-so-sultry '60s-era Snow White with a giant red bow on her head and "poisoned" red apple in tow. Her beauty game knocked it out of the PARK—she sported an exaggerated cat eye (with liner on both the top and bottom lid), strong brows, light pink lips, and super dark bronzer to define her cheekbones. She left her long, brown hair down in soft waves, which gives her an ethereal, Disney princess feel. LOVE.
For her ensemble, she wore a high collar, white (of course!) lace top with long sleeves and accessorized with a simple diamond bracelet, stud earrings and long, pastel stiletto nails. Inside the issue, though, Lana's shoot is inspired by Japanese manga (!!!), and even from the teeny, tiny thumbnail we see on Numero Tokyo's website, we can tell it's going be uh-mazing. Eeee! We can't wait to see it. But tell us—do you like the girly, Snow White-inspired Lana or do you like her more rock 'n roll? Let us know in the comments below!