Chloe Sevigny was the darling of downtown Manhattan coolies even before her film debut in Larry Clark’s notorious 1995 indie "Kids" - no less an authority than "Bright Lights, Big City" author Jay McInerney anointed her “The Coolest Girl in the World” in the New Yorker in 1994, the same year she co-starred with designer Marc Jacobs in Sonic Youth's "Sugar Kane" video. Sevigny has since lit up the big screen in"American Psycho" and "Boys Don’t Cry"; graced prestige TV dramas (HBO’s "Big Love" and Netflix’s "Bloodline"); enjoyed a recurring role on IFC's "Portlandia"; and modeled for high-fashion brands Miu Miu and Opening Ceremony. And she still makes time for madcap antics like posing with a lobster over her crotch in a recent shoot for Marfa Journal. Sevigny-philes are in for a treat now that Rizzoli has artfully produced a 170-page photo book dedicated to the saucer-eyed stunner, with a foreword written by her pal Kim Gordon. Swipe the slideshow for seven of the book’s most memorable images.
A look inside Rizzoli's new photo book called - what else? - "Chloe Sevigny."