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“The umlaut isn't on my birth certificate. I had this book as a child called Chloë and Maude, and there was an umlaut on the e, and I said, I want that! It's a little flair. Just to confuse people even more. People always come up to me and say, Oh, you're Chloë Se-VIG-ny, right? Sevigny. Number seven, letter e.”
— From Esquire, January 2009


Events:
Book Signing at IDEA London on Aug 22

Magazines:
Commons & Sense (Japan) issue #48
Elle (US) September 2015
Marfa Journal (US) issue #3
MUSE Magazine (Italy) S/S 2015
Purple Fashion (France) S/S 2015
Re-Edition (UK/Belgium) Summer 2015
Self Service (France) S/S 2015

Tumblr: chloesevignyonline
Twitter: chloesevignyorg

The websites and social media accounts below have all been confirmed as real by either Chloë Sevigny or the social media websites themselves. All other accounts or websites purporting to be official should be considered fake.

Official Site: ChloeSevigny.com
Instagram: chloessevigny
Twitter: OfficialChloeS

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• Movies •
#Horror

In post-production.
Director: Tara Subkoff
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Role: TBA

Antibirth

In post-production.
Director: Danny Perez
Genre: Horror
Role: Sadie

Black Dog, Red Dog

Premiered at Sundance FF 2014.
Director: NYU students
Genre: Drama
Role: Ali

Electric Slide

Available on iTunes and VOD.
Director: Tristan Patterson
Genre: Bio, Crime, Drama
Role: Charlotte

Little Accidents

Out on DVD and VOD.
Director: Sara Colangelo
Genre: Drama
Role: Kendra Briggs

Look Away

Filming in New York City.
Director: Monty Whitebloom
Genre: Drama, Comedy
Role: Carolyn

Love & Friendship

In post-production.
Director: Whit Stillman
Genre: Period drama
Role: Alicia

Slow Machine

Kickstarter.
Director: Paul Felten, Joe DeNardo
Genre: Comedy
Role: Chloë (cameo)

• Television •
American Horror Story: Hotel

Premieres October 7th, 2015.
Genre: Horror, Drama
Network: FX Networks
Role: Alex Lowe

Bloodline

Season 1 on Netflix.
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Network: Netflix
Role: Chelsea O'Bannon

Dr. Del

Pilot; in pre-production.
Genre: Drama
Network: TBD
Role: Brandy Sommers

The Cosmopolitans

Pilot; pending update from Amazon.
Genre: Comedy
Network: Amazon
Role: Vicky Frazier

• Other •

Chloë Sevigny book
Chloë Sevigny for Opening Ceremony
No Time for Love zine


— Chloë Sevigny




• Details •

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Currently online

Check out this article from The Daily Beast in which Drew Droege discusses his (in)famous “Chloe Sevigny” YouTube drag impersonation. Here’s how he describes meeting Chloë for the first time at a Christmas party last December:

I’ve had countless people ask, “What does the real Chloë think of these videos?” We have several friends in common, and all I had heard was that she said that she hadn’t watched them because she has really thin skin and didn’t want her feelings hurt. While I don’t think my videos are mean-spirited at all, I completely respected her stance. I mean, how weird must this be for her? […]

Finally, my friend Mike approached her and said something to the effect of “Hey, my friend plays you, and he’d love to meet you.” Then he literally dragged me across the room to meet Ms. Sevigny. We kind of just stared at each other for a while, and I said, “I hope you know how much I love you. Thanks for being you: you’re awesome.” Then, she gave me a big hug and made my Chloë face at me. That bitch has seen my videos! She’s doing me! Then we wildly laughed and hugged again and talked about vodka. She was the definition of cool, wearing a retro denim jacket, over a leather mini-dress, smoking a Merit Ultra Light, with unwashed hair and a homeless boy-date.

After realizing that she wasn’t going to throw her cocktail in my face, or punch me in the asshole, or simply ask, “Why are you doing this to me?” it came to my attention that I really like this person. My friend Darryl approached us and took a picture. And then I said, “I have to go, but it was so great to meet you.” I needed to keep it brief, so that I didn’t come off like a skin-wearing murderer or, worse, a starfucker. And she grabbed me by the back of the head and kissed me four times on the face. We never talked about my videos, which, I think, is a good thing. In five minutes, we traded mountains of nonverbal communication, and I think we were both a little relieved.

A few weeks later, she was interviewed in Entertainment Weekly, and she talked about meeting me. She said I was “very charming and very nervous.” Well, yeah, I think we both were. And she said that I don’t dress or sound like her, and she doesn’t see a connection between my character and herself. Which is totally valid. I get it. I think it’s always dumb and pointless for actors to describe their own work and their process and all that shit, but I will say this: I’m doing parody, I’m sending up a world, and I happen to look a little bit like Chloë Sevigny. However, my Chloë and the real Chloë are two very different people. Sometimes we just happen to go to the same parties.

Read the full article on The Daily Beast. You’ll find all of Droege’s “Chloe Sevigny” videos on YouTube.

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