LĂ©a and Vincent Cassel have been featured on the cover of PremiĂšre Magazine for its December/January 2014 issue. They’re starting promoting their new film, La Belle et La BĂȘte, expected in french theatres on February 12th. The editorial comes along with and an in-depth analysis of the film, check out the gallery!
Didier Dubot have unveiled the second half of their 2013 campaign featuring LĂ©a. If you’re curious, here‘s the first pictures of the campaign that were released back in May. Enjoy!
Here is another beautiful feature about LĂ©a in V Magazine nÂ°86 which will be on newsstands very soon. You can read the article here. It is accompanied by some beautiful pictures shooted at LĂ©a’s house in Paris. Plus I’ve added a new cover for Stella Magazine to the gallery.
There are a lot of reasons to like the 28-year-old French actress LĂ©a Seydoux. In no particular order, here are the top four:
1) She doesnât give a shit about looking hot.
Seydoux, who grew up in Paris and is the face of Pradaâs most heavily marketed perfume, Candy (originally appearing in iconic ads lensed by Jean-Paul Goude), shows up to our meeting in a 10th arrondissement cafĂ© wearing a rumpled tweedy pullover, too-short gray sweatpants with elastic cuffs, black ankle socks, a pair of puffy white Nikes with hot pink trim, a black wool topcoat, and a wide-brimmed black hat. It is common these days to hear actresses with fashion company contracts say, as Seydoux does, guilelessly, âI am really not that focused on my appearance.â But few of them put their money where their mouth is when being interviewed for a magazine sure to describe their outfit. When Seydoux says âI like to buy clothes and be stylish, but I have this big distance with fashion,â I can see that she means it, even though she is a convincing model, both in Prada finery and in much skimpier attire, like what she wore (or didnât) for last monthâs relaunch of French skin magÂ Lui.