New York Magazine has done a feature on Chloë Sevigny’s East Village apartment in New York City.
Update: Chloë is also on the cover of the magazine’s May 7th issue. Check out the sultry cover in our gallery.
Excerpt from the article via NYMag.com:
Sitting on Chloë Sevigny’s glass-topped kitchen table is a script for Black Dog, Red Dog, a feature film directed by James Franco and eleven of his NYU students. She shot it for free. “I’m out of work right now,” she says, laughing. “I thought it would be good to help some young filmmakers and busy myself so I don’t go crazy and obsess over buying a cat.”
[…] On breaks from Big Love, Sevigny would buy a lamp here and a mirror there from David Cafiero, who runs the tiny by-appointment antiques store Cafiero Select in Cooper Square, and who helped decorate her brother Paul’s club, the Beatrice Inn. “We’re both from New England,” says Sevigny. “He’s really inspired by the sea, and I grew up on the water. I was like, ‘Ahhh. I wish I could just live in his store!'”
[…] As Sevigny shows me around, she realizes that she had quite a bit of decorating help from an ex-boyfriend, musician Matt McAuley (A.R.E. Weapons, TV Baby), whom she dated for eight years and whose gifts are everywhere. The copper teakettle. A pitcher in a Tiffany toile pattern. A framed postcard of Jesus. “When he moved out, he took all the pictures of us out of the frames and put that one in,” she says. “I left it there. It’s kind of weird, right? But it’s beautiful.”
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