Some people may have seen this familiar face in the theater this past weekend since Lea Seydoux made her brief acting debut in the action-packed movie 'Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol,' but she takes on a completely different role in the Vogue China Sweetness & Light editorial. Instead of playing a sexy-yet-dangerous female assassin, Seydoux slips into the innocent skin of a '60s housewife.
Shot by Max Vadukul, the Vogue China Sweetness & Light editorial is simple and candid, focusing on off-kilter frames that give each image that extra vintage vibe. The photoshoot is filled with flirty frocks riddled with florals and peppy gingham prints, which accent Seydoux's strawberry locks beautifully. The editorial is part of the January 2012 issue.
Peppy Gingham Prints
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Gritty Glittering Photography
First Blush Photography
Retro Park Photography
Posh Post-Party Photography
Dramatically Statuesque Photography