Chloë Sevigny was only a teen when novelist Jay McInerney famously described her in The New Yorker as “the coolest girl in the world.” Her 1995 breakout role in Kids cemented her as such, and in the decades since, she’s done just about everything to build upon that “It” girl reputation.
Sevigny, who is just as comfortable in an indie flick as she is chopping up in a Hollywood blockbuster, has also proved herself to possess a chameleon-like quality when it comes to her personal style. She’s established relationships with practically every brand under the sun—from powerhouses like Gucci and Marc Jacobs to indie mainstays like Chopova Lowena—and even put on her designer hat for a cult-favorite collection with Opening Ceremony. The actress’ style has become synonymous with downtown New York and, three decades into her career, isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. Below, a look back at Chloë Sevigny’s best style moments.
Audrey Schroeder is a writer, editor, and journalist who has written for the New York Times and The Washington Post. She's also an avid sports fan and has been featured in Sports Illustrated and ESPN. She loves to read about science, technology, and health issues. She loves to travel both domestically and internationally, especially when she can experience new cultures and people.