Dua Lipa looks incredible as she models a series of cropped hairstyles for British Vogue cover and discusses ‘being in love’ with beau Anwar Hadid
Dua Lipa has wowed on the February 2021 cover of British Vogue with a collection of different cropped hairstyles.
The One Kiss hitmaker, 25, also spoke about boyfriend Anwar Hadid, saying that she tries to balance ‘being so excited and in love’ while keeping their romance private.
For her cover look, Dua looked incredible as she wore a peroxide blonde cropped wig for the smouldering shoot.
Wow: Dua Lipa has wowed on the February 2021 cover of British Vogue with a collection of different cropped hairstyles
The singer showcased her toned figure in a black plunging jewel-encrusted dress with a daring thigh-high leg split.
For a different stunning look, Dua channelled Marilyn Monroe as she wore a peach-coloured cropped curly wig.
The Don’t Start Now hitmaker showcased her washboard abs in a tiny blue patterned bralette.
The singer teamed the item of clothing with a pair of matching trousers with a gold buckle belt to cinch in her svelte waist.
Marilyn Monroe vibes! The One Kiss hitmaker, 25, also spoke about boyfriend Anwar Hadid, saying that she tries to balance ‘being so excited and in love’ while keeping their romance private
Alongside the stunning photoshoot, Dua also spoke about her romance with Anwar, 21. They first got together in June 2019 and he is the younger brother of supermodels Gigi and Bella Hadid.
The singer said that she tries to balance ‘being so excited and in love’ while keeping their romance private.
She said of posting their relationship on Instagram: ‘We have all these incredible memories and experiences, and if there’s something that we want to share together, then OK that’s fun.’
Dua added: ‘But at the same time, we’re quite private – we’ll only show you as much as we want you to see.
Smitten: Alongside the stunning photoshoot, Dua also spoke about her romance with Anwar, 21. They first got together in June 2019 and he is the younger brother of supermodels Gigi and Bella Hadid (pictured in July)
‘It’s a little bit of give and take, trying to find the right balance of being so excited and being in love, and wanting to share that with the people around me, but at the same time not wanting to put too much out there.
‘I want to be able to just be happy in this relationship without having other people’s opinions.’
Dua also said that her home life is ‘really normal’ and that her successful singing career doesn’t ‘define my circle’.
She said: ‘My home life is really normal. The people I surround myself with have known me for the longest time. My job doesn’t define my circle, and that makes a world of difference.’
Elsewhere, Dua, who has had a busy few weeks appearing on Saturday Night Live, hosting her Studio 2054 virtual gig and performing at Billboard Women in Music, spoke about her recent album Future Nostalgia. It was released in March.
The singer said that she had to ‘fight inner demons’ as she wanted to sing songs about heartbreak but equally at the same time was feeling happy in her life.
She said: ‘I had to fight inner demons. I wanted to write songs that were more sad, more about heartbreak, because I thought that writing happy songs would turn into cheesy songs.
‘I had to fight that because I was like, “I am happy. I deserve to be happy.” I should be able to write about that without the fear of feeling like I’m compromising my authenticity because I’m not crying about something or someone.’
Talking about women in the music industry, Dua added: ‘In a perfect world, we wouldn’t have to prove ourselves so much to the point that maybe we run ourselves into the ground of being like, “I must be heard”.
‘But that is the world we’re in right now.’
See the full feature in the February issue of British Vogue available via digital download and on newsstands Friday 8th January.