How am I supposed to talk about these pictures when ALL I CAN DO IS WEEP? Look at how he looks at her! Look at how she looks at him looking at her! You know what would be fun? If I wasn’t 37 and didn’t have to go buy lentils and a bag of potatoes and figure out why my phone won’t hold a charge and could just spend the day looking up song lyrics that I think accurately describe Brad and Angie (BFFS 4EVA). They’re so in love. They’re so compatible. They’re so complementary. They’re so ridiculously attractive. Just a few more days until By the Sea is released, my loves! It’s not getting great early reviews. I CARE NOT! No derp it’s a vanity project that’s about super rich beautiful people struggling in various destination locations. It’s going to look gorgeous, and don’t we all deserve to look at something gorgeous? Don’t we all need a break from lentil shopping to watch two sets of perfect pillow lips speak beautiful words and the rest of the bodies attached to the perfect pillow lips cry and fuck and wear big sunglasses and smoke and throw things? YES WE DO! So look at these pictures, go see the movie, think about the Smith-Jolie-Pitts while you listen to love songs. Make a compilation album! Press it to vinyl! Hire a music legend (KENNY ROGERS????) and a TV personality (A FORMER HOST OF THE SOUP????) to stand together and speak rapturously about the songs and explain why they’re important to the Brad/Angie love story. Hire day-player actors to clink wine glasses in front of a crackling fire with a TV mounted above the fireplace playing Jolie-Pitt movies on a loop while each song title scrolls past them while they make fuck faces at each other. I have to go! I need to pitch something to Time Life! And buy lentils!
Endlessly enchanting Léa Seydoux is featured in two delightful photo shoots: A lovely little fashion cover story for Vanity Fair France by Paul Wetherell, a scrumptious cover editorial for the November issue of Vogue UK by Craig McDean, a bombshell shoot by Driu & Tiago for GQ Australia and Vanity Fair Italia, and one just spectacularly gorgeous cuddling Bond Girls shot with Monica Bellucci and Naomie Harris for the November issue of Vanity Fair by Bryan Adams. You can see Léa in the upcoming Bond film Spectre, or the delightful film The Lobster. Or both! Treat yourself! You work hard, you deserve it!
Also let’s peek at a pretty little set of photos of Léa’s Blue is the Warmest Colour co-star Adèle Exarchopoulos in the Fall issue of i-D by Angelo Pennetta.
Léa Seydoux by Paul Wetherell for Vanity Fair France, September 2015
Léa Seydoux by Craig McDean for Vogue UK, November 2015
Léa Seydoux by Driu & Tiago for GQ Australia & Vanity Fair Italia, October 2015
Monica Bellucci, Léa Seydoux, Naomie Harris by Bryan Adams for Vanity Fair, November 2015
Adèle Exarchopoulos by Angelo Pennetta for i-D, Fall 2015
I love this pretty little lingerie shoot by Kenneth Willardt. Is there anything better than fishnets? No! There is not!