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Iconic Style: Léa Seydoux

Iconic Style: Léa Seydoux

Actually, I started to become an actress, because I met someone who was just a friend and I found his life wonderful, I tought Oh my god, you can travel, you’re free, you can do what you want, you’re the boss. And then I met an actor and I was in Love with him.

Léa Seydoux, born in Paris in 1985, comes from an illustrious family. Her father was one of the founding members of the French high-tech company Parrot SA, her mother is an actress and born Schlumberger (Tiffany ‘& Co.). Her grandfather was formerly president of filmproduction company Pathé. Her Great Uncle is managing director of the film production company Gaumont. Another Great Uncle is president of the football club OSC Lille.

Léa, as a child loved to observe and analyze people. That’s why she wanted to become an actress. Léa is one of those people who are completely involved in a situation and a role. This persuasive force has already introduced a number of well-known performances. In 2009 she received the Palme d’Or from Cannes. Léa has always managed to balance the scales between big blockbusters like Mission: Impossible – Phantom Protocol and independent films. In 2015, she starred alongside Daniel Craig in the James Bond Film, Spectre.


Her Style

Although Léa is considered a diva in France and in a league with film legends such as Brigitte Bardot and Catherine Deneuve. I think Léa Seydoux is not one of the classic beauties of the film industry. Nevertheless, she has an incredible charisma. It is very changeable and can not be set to a type. Her preferred brands include Louis Vuitton and Prada. Léa likes to play with contrasts. Her daily looks are very reduced, she avoids transparent fabrics and exaggerated trends. In the evening, Léa likes to be a bit more elaborate and wears narrow dresses with sequins or embroidery.

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