Before she became an actress, Chloë Sevigny was Jay McInerney’s “It” girl. After sighting the young Sevigny on the streets of New York, where she repeatedly drew notice for her distinct, idiosyncratic fashion sense, the yuppie author was moved to dedicate a seven-page New Yorker spread to her, in the course of which he anointed her with said title. Whether or not she was “It,” Sevigny did enjoy a rudimentary helping of fame: at the time, she was an intern at Sassy magazine, where she had been employed after magazine writers spotted her and used her as a model for their publication. So, before her film career began, Sevigny was perhaps the country’s other most famous intern.
Raised in the wealthy, conservative suburb of Darien, Connecticut in 1974, Sevigny began hanging out in New York as a teenager. After her initial recognition from Sassy and McInerney, she made her screen debut in Larry Clark’s Kids. Sevigny played one of the few sympathetic characters in… read more
Watch "Surface" by photographer and filmmaker Michael Cleary, starring CHLOË SEVIGNY, on NOWNESS: http://www.nowness.com/day/2013/3/27/2903/chloe-sevignys-90s-throwback-part-one?icid=NownessLoves_large1_2914
i can't be the only one who thinks she's the most bland creature that ever walked the earth.