Chloe Sevigny Style - Best Dresses & Outfits

By Grazia - 13 November 2014

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Chloe Sevigny Style - Best Dresses & Outfits

Chloe Sevigny Style - Best Dresses & Outfits

There’s this laid back sensibility about Chloe Sevigny; she gives off the vibe that she’s been thrown into the epicentre of fashion by not really caring about fashion, and that's because that's exactly how it happened! The kooky icon openly told the New York Times that she finds fashion shows boring, but that only serves to make her the hottest front row property as she was when she made a cameo at Kenzo’s SS12 catwalk extravaganza in Paris last season.

At 37, she’s worn everything from daisy dukes to dungarees to McQueen gowns and because she’s a style chameleon the Chloe is equally comfortable in each. Her idiosyncratic look has long outlasted any other 'It' girl’s cool status. How’s she done it? Well, aside from those mile long pins and ever-changing haircut, Ms. Sevigny seems entirely naïve to the extent of her kooky cool factor. And along with her spot on sense of style she has a great personality and infectious laugh.

Chloe's sartorial talents have even nabbed her a line with Opening Ceremony, the results of which epitomise her personal style. Her first collection gave a nod to the 90’s, way before it became the decade du jour. There’s no doubt it was the Queen of all hipsters (rather than Justin Timberlake) who brought nerdy sexy back.

2012 saw the style icon grab the headlines as she played the controversial transgender hit-woman in TV series Hit And Miss and fronted a moody Miu Miu ad campaign shot by super snappers Mert & Marcus.

Whether on screen or on the red carpet, Chloe is one to watch if you want to stay ahead of the fashion curve; by the time a trend hits the catwalk, you can guarantee that the blonde beauty has already been wearing it for six months and is itching to move on to the next. Have a glance through the gallery above to see her top fashion moments.

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