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Bond girl Léa Seydoux looks chic at Louis Vuitton’s Paris Fashion Week show

Bond girl Léa Seydoux looks chic in a pinstripe trouser suit at Louis Vuitton’s PFW show… after No Time To Die is pushed back to April 2021

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Her highly-anticipated movie, No Time To Die, has been pushed back to April 2021 after the release date was delayed due to the coronavirus crisis. 

And Bond girl Léa Seydoux looked effortlessly chic as she attended Louis Vuitton’s Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2021 show on Tuesday in the French capital.  

The actress, 35, showcased her toned figure in a pinstripe suit with an oversized blazer and cigarette style trousers.

Effortlessly chic! Bond girl Léa Seydoux looked effortlessly chic as she attended Louis Vuitton’s Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2021 show on Tuesday in the French capital

Léa layered the look with a black camisole underneath with a sparkly bit of embroidered detailing on the waist.

The star made a bold style statement with her footwear as she opted for black and red patterned heeled cowboy boots.

Léa finished her look with a small red and pink patterned Louis Vuitton clutch bag which added a pop of colour.

The French actress styled her caramel tresses into a sleek sweptback hairdo and she added a slick of glamorous make-up which enhanced her stunning features.

Work it: The actress, 35, showcased her toned figure in a pinstripe suit with an oversized blazer and cigarette style trousers

Work it: The actress, 35, showcased her toned figure in a pinstripe suit with an oversized blazer and cigarette style trousers

Details: Léa layered the look with a black camisole underneath with a sparkly bit of embroidered detailing on the waist

Funky! The star made a bold style statement with her footwear as she opted for black and red patterned heeled cowboy boots

Details: Léa layered the look with a black camisole underneath with a sparkly bit of embroidered detailing on the waist

Léa joined the likes of Alicia Vikander, Georgina Rodríguez, Venus Williams and Laura Harrier – to name a few – at the glamorous event.

Her appearance comes after co-star Daniel Craig defended James Bond producers’ decision to delay the premiere of the new film – No Time To Die – until April next year.

The actor, 52, who plays the title role in the franchise, is the most high profile star from the film to speak out on the move, which was announced on Saturday.

The decision was followed by the news that Cineworld is set to temporarily close its theatres in the UK and Ireland as well as its 536 U.S. Regal cinemas, while Odeon announced around a quarter of its 120 venues will move to a weekend-only model.

Sophistication: The French actress styled her caramel tresses into a sleek sweptback hairdo and she added a slick of glamorous make-up which enhanced her stunning features

Sophistication: The French actress styled her caramel tresses into a sleek sweptback hairdo and she added a slick of glamorous make-up which enhanced her stunning features

Details: Léa finished her look with a small red and pink patterned Louis Vuitton clutch bag which added a pop of colour as she posed with Melita Toscan du Plantier, left

Details: Léa finished her look with a small red and pink patterned Louis Vuitton clutch bag which added a pop of colour as she posed with Melita Toscan du Plantier, left 

In recent weeks dozens of blockbusters have announced that they plan to push back their launch until next year or even 2022, amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. 

Speaking on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Craig said: ‘This thing is just bigger than all of us. 

‘We want to release the movie at the same time all around the world and this isn’t the right time. So fingers cross April 2 is going to be our date.’

Although Craig suggested the plan was due to an apparent worldwide release, James Bond films have never been premiered at the same time.

Delayed! Her appearance comes after co-star Daniel Craig defended James Bond producers' decision to delay the premiere of the new film - No Time To Die - until April next year (pictured together in 2015 film Spectre)

Delayed! Her appearance comes after co-star Daniel Craig defended James Bond producers’ decision to delay the premiere of the new film – No Time To Die – until April next year (pictured together in 2015 film Spectre) 

The films are typically shown in the UK a few weeks before the US opening, for example Spectre opened on October 26 in Britain and November 6 in America.

Before the move was announced, No Time to Die was slated for a November 12 release in the UK and November 20 in the U.S.

MGM Studios, Universal Pictures and producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli said in a statement on Friday that the film is now set for release on April 2 ‘in order to be seen by a worldwide theatrical audience.’

‘We understand the delay will be disappointing to our fans but we now look forward to sharing ‘No Time To Die’ next year,’ the companies and producers said.  

Opinion: The actor, 52, who plays the title role in the franchise, is the most high profile star from the film to speak out on the move, which was announced on Saturday, as he addressed the reports with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show

Opinion: The actor, 52, who plays the title role in the franchise, is the most high profile star from the film to speak out on the move, which was announced on Saturday, as he addressed the reports with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show

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