Lana Del Rey attended Guillermo del Toro's Walk of Fame induction on Tuesday (August 6), looking chic in a Zimmerman dress.
The "Venice Bitch" singer played up her signature '60s-inspired style with the girly ensemble, which featured a floral print and peekaboo cutouts. She accessorized the look with simple hoop earrings, pink nails, a white beaded anklet and brown leather sandals.
Del Rey honored del Toro at the Walk of Fame event, held on Los Angeles' iconic Hollywood Boulevard. “In a culture of sameness, he’s completely himself. And that’s the greatest lesson I get from his tales," she said in her speech.
The singer worked with the Oscar-winning filmmaker on his upcoming movie, Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark (out Aug. 9), where she recorded a rendition of Donovan's 1966 smash "Season of the Witch." There's even more music to come from Del Rey, as she's gearing up to release her new Norman Fucking Rockwell album on Aug. 30,
See Lana Del Rey's fun frock below.