Léa Seydoux in a Christopher Kane sweater and Fifi Chachnil bra. Photo by Craig McDean and styled by Kate Phelan.
"A perfectly rolled-under pageboy - just the right mix of retro glamour and modern edge." - Sam McKnight, hairstylist
First-time British Vogue November cover star Léa Seydoux is an actress who is capable of shining in every role she's in, no matter how small (Gabrielle in Midnight in Paris) or large (Emma in Blue is the Warmest Color). Her latest role is of blockbuster proportions, as the newest Bond girl Madeleine Swann, opposite Daniel Craig in Spectre, which comes out next month. She tells Vogue:
"I don't mind the cliché of the Bond girl. But Madeleine, she is very different...And to choose me as a Bond girl, it's a choice. A statement. I'm not the typical James Bond girl."Seydoux possesses a chameleon-like quality in the range of characters she's played -- and, depending on her hair color and style, you'd have to do a double-take to recognize her as she adapts so effortlessly to such a wide range of looks.
In this shoot, she captures both the '40s bombshell in a rose pink palette and form-fitting Dolce & Gabbana on the cover and femme fatale in the inner pages of the magazine in skintight jumpsuits by Saint Laurent and Pam Hogg.
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