It wasn’t enough to give Kim Kardashian her own coffee table book of selfies, was it, Rizzoli? Now actress/It girl Chloe Sevigny is getting in on the luxury publication biz with her very own Chloe Book. Yes, that’s the title. The hardcover publication will be an “art book,” according to Sevigny speaking to The Daily Beast, and feature high school photos and early modeling pics from Sassy magazine. Oh, and also pictures of her daily planner for some reason. Kim Gordon from Sonic Youth is writing the introduction, because of course she is. Stay tuned for Chloe Sevigny on your coffee table in April 2105. [Fashionista; The Daily Beast]
Chloë freakin’ Sevigny in some clothes she found in your grandpa’s attic, everyone! Listen, this is not a look I would choose for my own, but you gotta love Chloë for wearing consistently bizarre, ill-fitting garments and still managing to remain one of the foremost “It girls” of the past two decades. Nobody is ever really like, “Chloë Sevigny looks so weird.” They’re just like, “Oh, that’s Chloë Sevigny.” I truly aspire to reach that point one day, where I’ve been so consistently weird for so long that people don’t even think I’m weird anymore. Wish me luck!
Do you love yule? Chloe Sevigny does. She also enjoys reveling in the 12 days of, well, as she puts it, “Chriss. Mass.” How might you celebrate Chriss. Mass. with Chloe? By partaking in 12 days of debaucerous gift-giving and receiving. You might enjoy a gallimaufry of amazing things, such as a “harem of murmers, a murder of crows and mamie gummer.” Or simply, “a day tasting with Sonia Sotomayer, Dree Hemingway and Simon Rex.” You just never know what Christmas miracles might ensue. [YouTube]
Last week, Amelia and I saw Chloe Sevigny perform at a Pussy Riot reading and she looked great wearing a white eyelet dress. I’m generally a fan of her wacky style and purposely ugly outfits, but I’m sorry — this denim and cape-stolen-from-the-hairdresser’s look is ATROCIOUS. [Photo: Fame/Flynet]
Chloë Sevigny is what I would call the O.G. style
and on-screen blowjob innovator of the past two decades. Before Tilda Swinton, before Marina Diamantis, before Alexa Chung, there was Chloë — she managed to breathe new life into the high-fashion avant-garde without going all Daphne Guinness (who I adore, but admittedly errs on the side of performance art), imbuing her covetable wardrobe with just as much Manhattan skater-boy street style as frothy Chanel. Her sense of style was unusual for sure, but you would still look at her outfits and go, “I want to wear that. All of it.” Keep reading »
This week saw celebs pretending to care about sports at the ESPY Awards, morning and late show stops by Anne Hathaway and Freida Pinto, supermodels and British actresses running errands, and Lady Gaga impersonating Cher from 1985. Let’s take a look at the best and worst celeb looks of the week!