In Her Jeans: Camille Seydoux Is Collaborating With Roger Vivier

Léa Seydoux’s sister has a new fashion collection


Parisian Camille Seydoux, 32, started her career in advertising and the art world before making a name for herself dressing her actress sister, Léa Seydoux for the red carpet. 

Now a front-row fixture at shows such as Louis Vuitton, and with a client list that includes Adèle Exarchopoulos, Zoe Saldana and Miranda Kerr, and this week she has a new collaboration with Roger Vivier. The collaboration is made up of six styles: a sneaker, a backpack, sandal, bootie, bucket bag and Prismick shoulder bag, and will be available in stores from March.


See you tonight my friends Let's celebrate my collection #camilleseydouxforrogervivier @rogervivier

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Here’s everything you need to know about her:

1. She started young

Honing her fashion eye by watching her stepmother, the model Farida Khelfa, walk in Azzedine Alaïa and Jean Paul Gaultier shows. During her student days, she worked as a dresser.

2. She describes her own style as laid-back

'I like to keep it effortless and cool. I like beauty but I don't want it to take away from my personality.'


Lunch with the fantastic Leandra @manrepeller #RVPrismickDenim wearing @soniarykiel thank you @voguemagazine

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3. She likes clothes with a  twist

She wanted Léa to look like a classic Bond girl, 'but a fashion-centric Bond girl.'

4. She once had screen ambitions of her own

But decided that life in the public eye was not for her. 'I thought if I was an actress, I had to be a celebrity,' Camille says. 'And I wanted to stay anonymous.'



5. Not including Lea, there are five more Seydoux siblings.

That's seven Seydoux siblings in total, and that sounds like a French band I want to listen to.


Tomorrow at 1.15PM Camille Seydoux will be LIVE at ELLE HQ answering our style questions on how to dress more Parisian on Facebook. Tune in and watch.

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