Kaya Scodelario covers Elle Korea and a pile of chairs

Kaya Scodelario has a few films waiting in the wings, so it’s likely there’ll be a few more shoots and covers to come. This one is from Elle Korea, and while most magazines don’t clutter up their cover images with piles of furniture this one does – and makes it work to a degree, the tuxedo-style outfit ensuring Scodelario is the focus of attention.

Kaya Scodelario Elle Korea

The cover was shot by Lee Do Gyu.

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