One of my current style and beauty inspirations is French actress Léa Seydoux. I first saw Léa Seydoux in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglorious Basterds as one of the dairy farmer’s daughters.
Though I’ve only seen a handful of her films, when I think of classic screen star beauty, I think of her. She always looks impeccably dressed on the red carpet.
She stands out to me because she doesn’t look like she’s trying too hard. She chooses interesting, fun, and varied projects from Blue is the Warmest Color to Mission Impossible that showcase her talent first and subsequently her arresting and killer beauty.