Another cover for LĂ©a! She looks amazingly beautiful in this photoshoot for Glamour France June 2013. I’ve added cover and the whole editorial to the gallery, enjoy!
LĂ©a has been featured on the cover of Vogue Korea May 2013 with an eleven-page editorial styled by Nicola Formichetti! Check out the pictures below, and thanks to Mat Cyruss on tFS for the scans!
Yesterday evening LĂ©a attended the “Les P’tits Cracks” charity dinner at Pavillon Champs-Elysees in Paris. “Les P’tits Cracks” supports children affected by cancer, and you can find out more about the association by checking their WebsiteÂ and Facebook Page. I’ve added some images of the event to the gallery, enjoy!
I’ve added to the gallery the digital campaign of Didier Dubot Paris, the Korea-based jewellery brand that chose LĂ©a as their face and muse. Check it out!
This morning took place the 66th Cannes Film Festival press conference and has been confirmed that both “Blue is The Warmest Colur”, presented as “La Vie D’AdĂ¨le“, and “Grand Central” will be shown during the event! Â ”La Vie D’AdĂ¨le” is in the competition list, while “Grand Central” is under the “un certain regard” selection. Here you can check the complete movie list selected for this year’s Cannes Film Festival. I’ve also added some scans from the latest magazine publications as D la Repubblica, Marie Claire Italy (the interview has already been translated, and you can fint it here ) and France Magazine.
Magazine Scans > 2013 Publications > France Magazine (January)
Magazine Scans > 2013 Publications > Marie Claire Italy (April)
Magazine Scans > 2013 Publications > D la Repubblica (April)
Tons of news about LĂ©a this week! Sheâ€™s been officially added to the cast of â€śThe Grand Budapest Hotelâ€ť by Wes Anderson on IMDb. She will play alongside big names such as Jude Law, Bill Murray, Willem Dafoe, Tilda Swinton and (again) Owen Wilson. She will also play Loulou de la Falaise next to Gaspard Ulliel in the “Yves Saint Laurent” biopic, directed by Bertrand Bonello, and will star in the new project written and directed by BenoĂ®t Jacquot, named â€śTrois Coeursâ€ť, that will see also the participation of Charlotte Gainsbourg and Catherine Deneuve. Plus, according to Ad Vitam, “Grand Central” by Rebecca Zlotowski will be out on June 26th. Rumors says that both â€śGrand Centralâ€ť and â€śBlue s the warmest colourâ€ť will be presented during the Cannes Film Festival. All we can do is cross our fingers and hope to see her on Cannesâ€™ red carpet. In the meantime, you can read below the short interview published online by i-D Magazine about Prada Candy Lâ€™Eau. Enjoy!
With a striking blue barnet crowning LĂ©a Seydouxâ€™s smile on the cover of i-Dâ€™sÂ Lights, Camera, Action Issue, we declared the stunning French actress to be a chameleon. For her latest act of immersive illusion, she becomes one with a cute and dreamy Parisian world, crafted by Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola, whilst entrancing two suitors on film and capturing the hearts of its viewers. Here we share the Prada Candy Lâ€™Eau trilogy and get close enough to smell the sweet scent ofÂ LĂ©a Seydoux chatting Candy, perfume routines and favourite films with the sugar-coated star.
Tell us about your character in the Prada Candy Lâ€™Eau films?I play Candy. Sheâ€™s a wholesome and impulsive young woman who can sometimes appear a little maladroit, which makes her a more rounded character. In the films she dances and flirts and ultimately decides to love two men at the same time. Itâ€™s rather like a three-way love story in the spirit of the film Jules et Jim. As you can imagine, there are a few complications, but for this moment in time she succeeds in leading this rather unique life.
Why canâ€™t she choose between them?Â Candy does not want to choose between Gene and Julius because the two of them are so complementary, because neither Gene nor Julius would be enough to make her happy.
Are you as sweet as candy?Â I am similar to Candy in that I see myself as a modern young woman, someone who isnâ€™t too precious about herself. Candy and I also share this sense of impulsive femininity, which is something I define myself by. (more…)