Léa Seydoux


​talking life, death and cinema with léa seydoux

The French actor talks to i-D about working with Xavier Dolan on his new family drama, It’s Only the End of the World.
Colin Crummy

louis vuitton sends léa seydoux to mexico for its pre-fall campaign

The Bond girl and art house actress was shot by Patrick Demarchelier in her first campaign for the brand.
i-D Staff

​léa seydoux is the new face of louis vuitton

The Bond girl and Blue is the Warmest Colour star is revealed in an exclusive shot by i-D photographer Alasdair McLellan.
Charlotte Gush

​léa seydoux and monica bellucci are the feminist bond girls fighting hollywood’s sexism

We speak to the stars of Spectre, who say things are changing for women in film.
Felicity Kinsella

35 actors who were in i-D before they were really, really, really famous

i-D have always been cultural commentators, trendsetters and talent spotters. Over our 35 year history we've featured a veritable feast of lads and lasses just before they hit the big time - when they were young, naive, and brimming over with enthusiasm.
Felicity Kinsella

first female film director in 28 years to open cannes film festival

French film director Emmanuelle Bercot to open the festival plus new films from Gus Van Sant, Todd Haynes and Denis Villeneuve in competition.
Colin Crummy

léa seydoux announced as new bond girl

French actress Léa Seydoux (i-D cover star for the Lights, Camera, Action Issue) will play the next Bond girl alongside a returning Daniel Craig.
i-D Team

adèle exarchopoulos, star of blue is the warmest colour

As Gay Pride approaches this weekend, we speak to both the leading lady and the director of one of the most heart-wrenchingly relatable films about gay lovers - and how meaningless that term then becomes. Adèle Exarchopoulos steps out from the shadows...
Tom Seymour

léa seydoux, the chameleon

As the sexy French film Blue is the Warmest Colour is released on DVD, we look back on our interview with the film's leading light Léa Seydoux in The Lights, Camera, Action Issue, Summer 2012.
Sarah Hay