If Lana Del Rey's Greatest Hits Had Matching Perfumes, These 14 Would Be It

Whether you're a die-hard fan of Lana Del Rey's indie-pop music or just an admirer of her fashion evolution, there's something to be said about her impact on pop culture. While she isn't always at the top of the charts or front and center in the public eye, she's continued to surprise us with her talents, releasing Violet Bent Backwards over the Grass, a collection of original poems and photographs later accompanied by a spoken word album of the same name.

We're diving into the Lana Del Rey universe through fragrance, exploring the intersection between music and the imagery and emotions evoked through unique olfactory experiences. Over the years, we've met many different versions of Lana Del Rey, from her exploration of '50s Americana to embracing unbothered 'that girl' vibes. If you're wondering which of the songstress's greatest hits we've found fragrance matches for, you'll want to keep reading.


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Album: Did You Know That There's a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd

Song: A&W

Song: Did You Know That There's a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd

Album: Chemtrails Over the Country Club

Song: Chemtrails Over the Country Club

Song: White Dress


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Album: Norman F***ing Rockwell!

Song: Doin' Time

Song: Happiness Is a Butterfly

Album: Lust for Life

Song: Love

Song: Cherry

Album: Honeymoon

Song: Salvatore

Song: High by the Beach


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Album: Ultraviolence

Song: Brooklyn Baby

Song: West Coast

Album: Born To Die

Song: Summertime Sadness

Song: Video Games

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Maya Thomas
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Maya Thomas is Who What Wear's assistant beauty editor based just outside of Seattle, Washington. Her strong love for all things beauty and fashion stems from a strong childhood interest in the fine arts. During a gap year spent in Paris studying the history of French fashion, she shifted her focus to English literature and journalism as a student at Loyola Marymount University with the goal of one day pursuing a career in fashion. After graduating in May 2021, Maya began freelancing for Parade.com as a contributing commerce writer while also building a following on her lifestyle blog, Itsmayalala.com. When she's not writing, Maya spends her free time catching up on reading, perusing art galleries, and enjoying a night out at the ballet every now and then.