I think we can all agree that Chloë Sevigny is the ulitmate '90s cool girl. And what makes her even cooler now is that her life in style is documented in a self-entitled book. The Rizzoli publication is a collection of the fashion darling's film stills, high school Polaroids, editorial features and basically what made her the It girl of that era.
Last year, she explained in an interview with Daily Beast how this book came about: "This 'Chloe Book.' Sounds really narcissistic and annoying. But I went to Japan a few years ago and saw this 'Chloe Stylebook' that was apparently kind of popular there, and I had no idea who made it, and it was just these horrible paparazzi shots of me. I was a bit depressed about it, but curious, so then this girl called me from Rizzoli and I figured I’d reclaim it, and do it in the way that I’d want to do it.
"It’s photos through the years and weirdo fashion; not a style guide, but more an art book and collection of images and ephemera. There are a lot of photos from around the time of Kids, so I’ve been having to reach out to everybody asking for photos and permission. Facebook’s been very helpful for that kind of thing. It’s been a real nostalgia trip."
The book will be released on April 1.