Between September and October Léa attended a few public events such as the London Premiere of ‘It’s Just The End of The World‘, a Cocktail Party at the Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris and the Spring/Summer Fashion Show by the same House held in Paris as well. She also appeared on the cover of french magazine Madame Figaro and IO Donna Italy for their November issues.
Plus production of Doremus’ new project “Zoe“, which will see Léa Seydoux and Charlie Hunnam working together for the first time, is set to start in Montreal in April, 2017.
“He [Doremus] is directing “Zoe” from a script by Rich Greenberg, in which two colleagues at a revolutionary research lab design technology to improve and perfect romantic relationships. As their work progresses, their discoveries become more profound.”
Léa was at this year’s TIFF to promote ‘It’s Only The End of The World‘ along with Canadian director Xavier Dolan and co-stars Gaspard Ulliel and Nathalie Baye. Four days later, the film had its official french premiere at the Paris MK2 Bibliotheque with Xavier Dolan, Marion Cotillard and Gaspard Ulliel also in attendance. As the film is out in France this week, Léa is featured on the cover of the newest issue of Elle France which you can now find in our gallery! As well as the pictures of these events in our gallery, please also enjoy some interviews that you can watch below!
On a side note, all the staff at Adoring Léa Seydoux (leaseydoux.org) would like to congratulate Léa and André on the news that they are expecting their first child! We wish them an easy, healthy but most of all, exciting pregnancy as they await the arrival of their bundle of joy!
” […] you take everything away, you take the perfection away, you take great hairdos and wonderful makeup away—you take everything away and you say, ‘These are the twelve of the most sensible, emotional, [actresses].’ If you shoot it on women nobody knows, well, that’s a good idea too, but then you would not make the connection. What I wanted to do was get the 12 actresses who are the most important actresses—after them, there are not many others left—and use them with that message. Not to put them in character, not to do anything to them, [just say] ‘This is them, and they are raw, and they are sensible, and they are emotional.’ This is beautiful for me. That’s why I like this calendar more than any other before, including the ones I did.”
Peter Lindberg – vogue.com
Léa is one of the twelve actresses chosen by Peter Lindberg to be portrayed for the 2017 Pirelli Calendar. Along with her we’ll see Lupita Nyong’o, Uma Thurman, Robin Wright, Helen Mirren, Julianne Moore, Charlotte Rampling, Kate Winslet, Jessica Chastain, Nicole Kidman, Zhang Ziyi, Rooney Mara, Penelope Cruz, Alicia Vikander and Anastasia Ignatova, a professor of political theory in Moscow.
Peter Lindberg tells Vogue that the resulting photos will be “a love song to the women I really know and really like, anche there’s no exception“. Read more on Vogue!
Amazing news! According to The Hollywood Reporter, Léa and Charlie Hunnam will star in Drake Doremus’ next project. Doremus has directed the sci-fi movie Equals and Like Crazy. The new project has been described as a “unique love story” but we’ll have more infos in the next future. We’ll keep you updated!
Poised to captivate the beauty world with a luxurious, modern fragrance collection, its first launch since 1946, the storied fashion house gives Bazaar an exclusive introduction to the seven scents and their alluring face, actress Léa Seydoux.
As you can all imagine right from the quote up here, taken from the new article on the Harper’s Bazaar website, Léa will be the face of Louis Vuitton‘s new perfumes. In the article Bazaar describes, along with Léa, the seven scents that will be out in September in selected stores and online at louisvuitton.com. You can enjoy the BTS video from the shooting below and the scans from the magazine (Harper’s Bazaar US September 2016) will be out as soon as the magazine will be available on newsstands. The first official image from the campaign has been posted on Louis Vuitton’s official Instagram account, check it out!
Léa graced the cover of the London based magazine DAZED. The covershoot that takes place in a fantasy film set with 70’s vibes in it comes along an interesting interview that you can read on DAZEDDIGITAL.com by following this link. Léa’s also been featured in the September issue of Esquire US of which we’ll share scans very soon. Enjoy!
“I don’t have any preconceived ideas of myself, I just take things as they come. My proudest moment is when I’m part of a good film, when people are touched by it. I had a dream recently where somebody was moved (by a part that I played). More than moved – shocked, even. I do films to touch people. I’m not reading reviews and critics, I don’t care. I guess I’m still a little on my own planet.”