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:
I cried every time I had to wear it. Being on set and having the prosthesis—and I always have crushes on all the crew, I have a staring problem, I always stare at everybody—being there in front of them with my breasts and my prosthesis, I felt like a freak, which is the way [my character] would have felt.
She went on to tell Elle UK that she "wasn’t having any sex" while filming and thus was "feeling very unattractive." Is that how that goes?
So, were her crushes all in vain because she had a fake penis... or because she was crying every day for five months straight while filming? Ah, a penile prosthetic is such sweet sorrow. We can only hope someone on-set sent her a pair of penis pants as a parting gift. And if it makes you feel any better, Chlo, we've had a fashion girl crush on you for a while now.