LÃ©a is on the cover of Â Jalouse Magazine for the September issue! As “strange” as it may seem I quite love the cover story, what do you think? Look at the pictures in the gallery!
LÃ©a and Tahar have been interviewed this evening Â on channel TF1 about Rebecca Zlotowski’s “Grand Central” which will be out on August 28th in french theaters. Watch the interview below!
Here they are finally! I’ve added new HQ stills of La Vie d’AdÃ©le to the gallery. Plus, here is a short (but incomplete) official list of release dates in Europe and US. Check it out!
T Magazine featured LÃ©a in one of itsÂ online articles just this afternoon with a gorgeous colorful portrait along with Marine Vacth and BÃ©rÃ©nice Bejo. LÃ©a also graced TÃ©lÃ©rama‘s cover this week and Gala France with a two-pages interview. We expect more interviews and editorials as the premiere of Â ”Grand Central” (and “La Vie d’AdÃ¨le” right after) comes near, for now enjoy the latest updates in our gallery!
LÃ©a has been featured on the cover of La Parisienne Magazine for July’s month, I’ve added scans to the gallery and also new images from the Rag & Bone campaign. Enjoy!
About the campaig
For Fall Winter 2013, award-winning French actress LÃ©a Seydoux stars in rag & bone’s women’s campaign.
“For us, it’s all about using individuals we view as iconic characters,” says Marcus Wainwright.
Shot day to night in the grittier parts of New York’s cityscape, legendary photographer Glen Luchford lensed Seydoux in black and white using 35mm and 16mm film and hand-printed the images.
“Glen achieved exactly what we were after â€“ perfectlyÂ caught real moments without lighting or props. Even more exciting was shooting on film and developing in the darkroom,” says Wainwright.
“She stayed out in the torrential rain and got absolutely drenched,” recalls Neville of Seydoux’s shoot. “Her personality is encapsulated in the resulting photos â€“ she is this beguiling, natural beauty.”
Seydoux shares of her experience: “I felt totally free because the campaign is based on something very natural and intemporel.”