Dua Lipa channels vintage glamour for Vanity Fair cover

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Dua Lipa channels vintage glamour for Vanity Fair cover

Dua Lipa stuns in Chanel on the vintage-inspired cover of the new issue of Vanity Fair magazine.

The New Rules singer was styled by Lorenzo Posocco for the shoot, and for the cover shot, which was captured by Venetia Scott, Dua wears a white Chanel lace bodysuit and tan Manolo Blahnik Mary Jane stilettos.

While Dua looks stunning in the photoshoot, the star, who recently landed a campaign with Versace, said she wants to be known as more than a pretty face and use her platform to raise awareness about issues close to her heart.

"As my profile is growing, especially online, I feel like I need to use that to do something better than, you know, posting cute pictures or whatever," she said in the accompanying interview with the magazine.

Dua, who was born in London to Kosovo Albanian parents, has been vocal in her support for Palestinians suffering in Gaza as conflict broke out across the area recently.

Elsewhere in the interview, the star revealed she always asks boyfriend Anwar Hadid for his opinion on photos before she posts them on social media, although she doesn't always agree with his taste.

"I always like to ask if he likes a picture before I post it... But I also think sometimes it's sweet that he really likes kind of ugly pictures of me," she said. "And I look at him, I'm like, 'Really?' And he's like, 'I love it.' And then I let him post it, although I hate it."

In other shots from the issue, Dua poses in a leopard-print Dior coat, a mint green bralette and skirt set from Chanel, a beige Balenciaga trench coat and a cropped fur jacket with heels. Her hair is styled in big bouncy waves and her make-up features classic smoky eyes and nude lips.

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