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 the same year she co-starred with designer Marc Jacobs in Sonic Youth's "Sugar Kane" video.
Sevigny has 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. She's also performed madcap antics like posing with a lobster over her crotch in a shoot for Marfa Journal.
Rizzoli 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 above for seven of the book’s most memorable images.