The following feature appears in the March 2016 issue of NYLON.
After studying philosophy and English literature, French fashion It Girl Camille Seydoux delved into the advertising world, opened an art gallery, and even dabbled in interior design before fate ultimately intervened. Her sister, actress Léa Seydoux, was in desperate need of something to wear to the 2011 César Awards. When Camille managed to procure the perfect Elie Saab gown, she became Léa’s stylist, and soon after, started working with major fashion houses to design custom dresses for some of the biggest names in entertainment. This season, Seydoux has sharpened her design skills by creating an exclusive capsule collection for Roger Vivier. Putting her own twist on the brand’s iconic Prismick line, the collection—which features platform sandals, ankle boots, a shoulder bag, and a mini-drawstring bag—showcases the most wearable fabric in history: denim. Here, we get all the details from Seydoux herself.
Check out what Seydoux had to say about the collection after the jump.