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Lana Del Rey cool with crocodile clips

Published 22/03/2013

Lana Del Rey
Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey teamed her Grecian-style gown with quirky crocodile clips for her appearance at Germany's Echo Awards on Thursday night.

The stunning songstress donned a Grecian-style white draped dress which featured three-quarter length sleeves and a sultry low-cut neckline as she arrived at Germany's Echo Awards on Thursday night.

Lana pinned back her long, loose locks with eye-catching crocodile hairpins which added a hint of edge to her otherwise angelic outfit.

The brunette beauty wore a matching reptilian bracelet half way up her left arm, while showing off her signature winged eye make-up.

The star scooped two awards on the night - Best International Newcomer and Best International Female Pop/Rock Artist.

Lana was also joined on the red carpet by former France First Lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy. The gorgeous model opted for an androgynous look in a black tailored trouser suit which she paired with black heels and a black camisole.

Carla kept her beauty look simple and wore her tresses down and straightened.

Scottish songstress Emeli Sandé and Katie Melua were also in attendance, each sporting a different look. While Clown singer Emeli looked on-trend in a bold blue midi-skirt, a structured white blazer and black shoe-boots, brunette Katie opted for a patterned mini-dress, which boasted draping down the right-hand side.

The star -who arrived with husband James Toseland - teamed the unusual frock with strappy heels and a statement gold necklace as she posed up a storm on the red carpet.

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