Chloe Sevigny is dating Ricky Saiz, the edgy director behind Beyoncé’s supersexy “Yonce” video.
The cast and crew of kids—including director Larry Clark, writer Harmony Korine, and stars Leo Fitzpatrick, Chloe Sevigny, and Rosario Dawson—reflect on the seminal 1995 film.
"Fuck, we're old!" That's the most common reaction Rosario Dawson says she gets when she tells people that Kids came out 20 years ago. It was both her and Chlöe Sevigny's first film, and they were both on hand last night at BAMCinemaFest for a love-filled anniversary screening of director... More »
Chloe Sevigny goes in for the kill with a mystery male while out and about on Tuesday afternoon (June 23) in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood. The 40-year-old Bloodline actress and her beau weren’t afraid to pack on the PDA on the sidewalk. Chloe‘s next role is in the upcoming movie Love and Friendship, which [...]
Lisa Rinna, Lisa Lisa, Lisa Stansfield, Lisa Bonet, Lisa Vanderpump, and Lisa Marie Presley are among the few lucky enough to be "friends" with Chloe Sevigny. Watch below!
Later this week, some of the now-fully grown adults from KIDS will reunite at BAM in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the controversial '90s film. On hand will be Larry Clark, Harmony Korine, Chloë Sevigny, Leo Fitzpatrick, and Rosario Dawson, who were all young, and very new to the industry at the time. [ more › ]
"I happened upon this revelation while sipping tangerine vodka with January Jones' cousin at the launch of Marc Jacobs' new perfume line....Decadence."
On the heels of her Rizzoli coffee-table book, Chloë Sevigny has put out a decidedly more lo-fi product: a zine called No Time for Love, which features old photos of herself with the men in her life, both ex-boyfriends and family members (whose identities are wryly anonymized by stickers), and a... More »
The garden-level co-op once owned by East Village defector Chloe Sevigny is looking for a new owner, 6sqft reports. The sellers, noted tech power couple Halle Tecco and Jeffrey Hammerbacher, are attempting to unload the apartment at 119 East...
Images courtesy of Innen Where you might breakup with your significant other and burn all their letters and rip up their photos, Chloë Sevigny makes past heartbreaks into a collection of art and publishes it as a zine. No Time For Love contains intimate photos of Chloe with exes faces buffered and covered by cartoon stickers. Show More Summary
In the 20 years since her film debut in Harmony Korine’s Kids, actress, designer, and ’90s “It Girl” Chloë… Read More
One day, Chloë Sevigny put on a Smiths record, took out the old shoebox containing photos of her ex-boyfriends and her sticker collection and decided to do a craft project. The result is a zine called No Time For Love. (Actually I don’t...Show More Summary
Matthew Broderick and Chloë Sevigny will star in the upcoming dark comedy Look Away, Deadline reports. The film, directed by Andy Delaney and Monty Whitebloom and written by Hannibal producer Jennifer Schuur, centers on a young woman...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Matthew Broderick and Chloë Sevigny will star with up-and-coming UK actress Shannon Tarbet in Look Away, a dark comedy being produced by Lucy Barzun Donnelly and Alexandra Kerry of Locomotive Media. Tarbet plays the lead, and Broderick and Sevigny her parents. Show More Summary
In characteristic '90s "It" girl fashion, Chloë Sevigny is coming out with a zine. (You know, that stapled, Xeroxed thing people used to fill with their opinions before Twitter made all of that so much easier.) The topic of her zine, too, is extremely '90s-confessional: Titled No Time for Love,... More »
The Orange Is The New Black star on parallels with her character and being propositioned in the street.
The actress, model and all-round cool girl is publishing a zine full of photo booth and party snaps of herself alongside mystery men.
Actress and Imitation of Christ designer Tara Subkoff tapped Chlöe Sevigny and Natasha Lyonne for her directorial debut, then rallied a squad of teenage girls to take a stand against online harassment.
Tara Subkoff, once known for her outré fashion label Imitation of Christ, is branching into film. Subkoff calls her first feature film, #Horror, "a social commentary disguised as a horror thriller." She enlisted fellow cool girls Chloë Sevigny, Natasha Lyonne, and Stella Schnabel to star. The movie's cyberbullying story line... More »
Chloë Sevigny is the latest full-grown fangirl to interview her hero, Judy Blume, and she decided to get their conversation for Harper’s Bazaar rolling by asking Blume about her sweater fetish. “My sweater fetish? Do I have a sweater-fetish?” the author responded in a tone we imagine as game yet... More »