I don’t pay much attention to magazine covers. One day, there’ll be slack times in my career. It’s unavoidable, because success is temporary. Which is why you have to stay focused on this very taxing job.

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Behind the Scenes of the  Prada Candy Florale AD

Outtakes of the Prada Candy Florale shoot

Léa Seydoux for Glamour France. Photo by Jason Kim, 2013

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American Apparel, 2006

Portrait by Roch Armando

Blue Is the Warmest Color director Abdellatif Kekiche wanted actress Léa Seydoux to smoke real cigarettes during various scenes and shots between her character, Emma and Adèle Exarchopoulos’s character, Adèle but after being fired almost three times by the director, she refused to do so, having quit smoking almost 3 years ago. 

Blue Is the Warmest Color director Abdellatif Kekiche wanted actress Léa Seydoux to smoke real cigarettes during various scenes and shots between her character, Emma and Adèle Exarchopoulos’s character, Adèle but after being fired almost three times by the director, she refused to do so, having quit smoking almost 3 years ago. 

Léa Seydoux in Bullett Volume III: The Illumination Issue by Eliot Lee Hazel, 2011

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