CHLOE SEVIGNY IN TARA SUBKOFF’S ‘THE MAGIC HOUR’
And if there’s one thing I enjoy doing, it’s listening to people bitch, even if all their strife is just in their head. This nice short directed by Tara Subkoff (Imitation of Christ, bitches!) in collaboration with MOCA, shows Chloë as a bored housewife talking to her husband on the phone and complaining about LA while touching herself in her little nighty. I love the ending.
Back in the 90s, Chloë Sevigny made a couple experimental short films with director Michael Cleary. This is my favorite one. It’s called ‘Surface’ and starts off with Chloë jumping around in little white underwear, then she goes through a list in her head about the things she needs to do. You know: buy stamps, call her mom, water the plants. Then she starts writhing around in bed before she poses for the camera in a kind of de facto photoshoot. it’s shot in grainy, jumpy, black and white.
Jump in to watch the second film with Chloë. It’s in collaboration with Kim Gordon’s 90′s label X-Girl.
CHLOE SEVIGNY TALKS ABOUT BIG FILMS VS. SMALL FILMS, WORKING WITH DAVID FINCHER, AND HER MONSTER TURN ON AMERICAN HORROR STORY
Here’s a great clip of Chloë Sevigny and director M. Blash talking about their new film, ‘The Wait’, which recently screened at SXSW. It’s about two sisters who decide to keep their dead mother in their house after they were told she would come back to life.
The two also did a film called ‘Lying’, which never received a proper release, but it’s one that Chloë seems to be proud of so it may be worth a Netflix stream.
In the clip, Chloë talks about working on the set of ‘The Wait’, her anxieties as an actress and why she can’t yell at David Fincher (but she can with Mr. Blash). She also mentions her turn on ‘American Horror Story’ and how she didn’t know her character was going to turn into a “monster” until she received that episode’s script.
Last year’s collaboration between Supreme and COMME des GARÇONS was such a hit, the two labels have hooked up again. This time, they added Chloë Sevigny and skater Jason Dill to the mix. The pieces feature t-shirts, wovens, and caps with CdG’s signature polka dots over a digitized camo print. The love the t-short with the print on the back and the Supreme logo backwards on the front.
Jump in for more pics of Chloë and Jason.
It’s Chloë’s fifth and fabulous collection for Opening Ceremony, y’all!
The presentation was yesterday afternoon at St. Mark’s Church in NYC. “It was emotional; I was so happy it all came together, and I was so, so over-tired,” she told New York magazine. The presentation included alternating performances by I.U.D., Lissy Trullie, Kim Gordon, Light Asylum, and Bleached. Chloë said that the line was partly inspired by Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon and her X-Girl clothing line from the 90s. Chloë modeled for X-Girl, so it’s only fitting that Kim play at the Chloë Sevigny for Opening Ceremony show, non?
And speaking of French, the show also took cues from the Godard 60′s, complete with models holding protest signs with cute sayings scrawled on them like, ‘flirty fishing’ and ‘finger poem’. Chloë herself even stood with the models and held a sign that said, “time to have sex”. Well, if you say so, Chloë.
Several more looks inside.
Have you ordered your copy yet? Well, why the hell not? This is something that only comes along once in a generation. It’s a real, honest-to-goodness Coffee Table Book. With a capital C!
For all you kids out there, that means a few things. First, it was designed by an actual designer! That means someone who knows all about design things. They know about kerning, trapping, and how to pronounce the word ‘leading’. They didn’t just have mommy buy them a Mac and say, ‘go have at it’. It also means that this book is big, it’s heavy, and it comes in its own custom-made box. Need more? It includes 290 never-before-seen photographs of celebrities you know, love, laugh at, and hate! OMG! Never-before-seen photographs in the age of the internet! Excuse me? Yes, and they’re printed on paper. These aren’t low-res photographs you can look at on just any old dirty blog! They were shot by REAL photographers, Idris Rheubottom and Tony Craig! See, now you’re jealous! But don’t be, order it on Amazon so you can have your very own copy!
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