I’ve added some official portraits from the 67th Cannes Film Festival where Léa is photographed along with the Saint Laurent main cast as Gaspard Ulliel, Aymeline Valade, Amira Cesar and Jeremie Renier. I’ve also updated the gallery with two scans from the latest issue of Les InRockuptibles. Plus, if you missed the interview to the cast, the press conference and the walk on red carpet during the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, you can now watch all the videos on their website. Enjoy!
Ahead of the official presentation of ‘Saint Laurent‘ at the 67th Cannes Film Festival tomorrow Saturday May 17th, Léa is already in Cannes and has attended the annual Charles Finch Filmmakers Dinner at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc this evening.
Back in autumn, Léa was featured in the 8th issue of The Gentlewoman; a biannual magazine which features international and inspirational women. She not only had a beautiful editorial spread in it but also graced the cover. You can now read the entire article along with these beautiful black and white portraits on The Gentlewoman’s website. Enjoy!
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Léa appears on the cover of the May issue of Dazed & Confused Korea with a stunning editorial inside. Check out the pictures in our gallery! If you have the scans, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!
In other news, Bertrand Bonello’s ‘Saint Laurent‘ in which Léa plays Loulou de
la Falaise will be part of the competition of the Cannes Film Festival which kicks off in May 14th. You can read this lovely article of Léa on Vogue talking about beauty and her role in the film!
Prada released some pretty behind-the-scenes images and
a nice interview with Léa as Candy that you can watch here. Make sure to check out the Prada webstite to discover more about ‘Candy Florale‘!
I’ve finally added HQ screencaptures from Blue Is The Warmest Color (La Vie d’Adèle) to the gallery, check them out! Warning: The images contain film spoilers and adult content. By accessing the album in our gallery linked below, you are agreeing that you are 18
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