Tavi Gevinson snagged yet another dream interview with an icon from her favorite decade (the '90s). A photograph of Chloe Sevigny with hearts around it is currently on the homepage of Rookie, with a headline that doesn't really do the interview justice: "Chloë Sevigny Makes Really Cute Clothes."
While true, Sevigny also proves that she's undeniably cool (which we of course already knew), a little troubled and surprisingly relatable. She chatted with the 15-year-old editor at Opening Ceremony in NYC (her resort collection for the retailer just hit stores) about designing clothes, teen angst and being an outsider. Here are the best bits:
Chloe Sevigny has been pretty vocal lately about her disdain towards much of the fashion world. Last July, she told the New York Times that she finds going to fashion shows "boring," and more recently told a British radio show (via The Cut) that being a street style fixture is "not fun for [her]."
Now, just before London's Opening Ceremony pop-up shop rereleases five of her sold-out designs for the store, Chloe's told Elle UK that fashion is "not really [her] passion." Acting is her passion (duh), and her latest gig as a transgender contract killer in the upcoming mini-series Hit and Miss, brought her to tears, she says: