“I am about life. I surround myself with beautiful things. I work hard to have a better life. This job helps me achieve that through the people I meet. I’m lucky – not to have been a cover girl – but to have been able to meet all these people, to live these adventures and travel so comfortably. But despite that, it’s still difficult. Nothing comes easily. Everything I‘ve earned is down to me, and no one else”.
After seeing Léa transform into a sophisticated and sensual woman in the whimsical Prada Candy short-films, everyone became somewhat intrigued by this free-spirited, modern-day Parisienne that we all secretly want to become. At Cannes, Léa’s style shone through, opting for simplicity and elegance, rather than the usual ostentation which seems to be de rigueur at film premieres. The actress loves the classic pieces, yet isn’t afraid to combine prints and textures in a Dolce & Gabbana floral bustier dress or a Valentino embroidered long-sleeve dress . . .