Lorde goes glam for Vogue cover debut

Lorde is an 18-year-old better known for her successful music career than staged soundbites, but that hasn’t stopped the star opening up about her style in the July issue of Australian Vogue.

Over the weekend Lorde previewed her cover, keeping her cool girl status firmly intact as she referred to Vogue as a “pretty underground publication”. The cover shot features the young New Zealander in a floral Gucci max-dress, and she’s nailing it. Complete with that coveted dewy-look make-up, the teenager looks amazing.

While the cover is fabulous, it is a little different from the star’s signature long dark locks paired with equally dark lips. Speaking with the magazine the Royals singer addresses her trademark androgynous style by saying that she’s not afraid to buy men’s clothes if she likes how they look.

She also dishes about her trip to this year’s Met Ball, and we’re hoping she might have something to dish about what happens behinds the scenes with all of those famous faces, and dresses!

Following the release of her hit single in 2013, Lorde has achieved worldwide success and won a number of awards including Grammys and Billboard awards.

Getting a shout out from the editor-in-chief Edwina McCann, Lorde is described as “fiercely intelligent” and equally talented.

The teenager still manages to make the time for more down to earth activities when she’s not busy writing award winning albums. Previously the star has said she enjoys dumpster-diving in her free time at home and we wouldn’t mind hearing a little more about that particular hobby.

Styled by Christine Centenera, Lorde, real name Ella Maria Lani Yelich-O'Connor, looks far from dumpster chic in this Vogue debut. 

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