Dissecting Chloë Sevigny’s Style

Style / September 5, 2012

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We’ve been fans of Chloë Sevigny ever since she made her film debut in the gritty 1995 film “KIDS.”

Since then, Sevigny has cemented her status as a major player in the fashion industry.

Currently running in its third year, her Chloe Sevigny for OC line has proven to be a successful collaboration with Opening Ceremony.

Not only can she add actress and fashion designer to her list of growing accomplishments, but a model, too. In the past, design powerhouses Chloé and Miu Miu have both tapped Sevigny as the face of their brands, and this year the fashion starlet takes her second turn at starring in Miu Miu’s print campaign.

Clearly, Sevigny has the credentials to support her spot as an industry darling, but what really sets her apart is her amazing personal style.

Her look is effortless and she has perfected the ultimate cool, downtown girl look, which we just can’t get enough of.

Sevigny’s ability to make an “of-the-moment” trend seem fresh and new is why she stands out among her fashion peers.   Playing by her own rules and usually opting for barely-there hemlines, Sevigny is a master of contrast. You’ll often find her pairing soft, feminine florals with hard, edgy fabrics like leather.

If you’re a fan of Sevigny’s unique, stand-out style, take note, girls. We’ve put together a look that we’re sure is Sevigny-approved and will have you looking like an  indie maven in no time.

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