Chloë Sevigny and Sinisa Mačković welcome their first child

Happy news!!!

According to People.com, Chloë Sevigny and her boyfriend Sinisa Mačković welcomed their first child last weekend. The news was confirmed by Chloë’s representative, who says they are all “happy and healthy”.

A thousand congrats, Chloë! It’s what you deserve. :,)

Updated May 8: It’s a boy! Welcome, Vanja Sevigny Mačković.

First look at Chloë Sevigny in ‘We Are Who We Are’

Long time no see! Sorry for the lack of updates here lately, but as you might’ve guessed, the strange world situation we find ourselves in has put a bit of a wrench in our plans for CSO as well. We hope you’ve been able to stay healthy, however, and we hope to pick up the pace on our end soon, too.

LA Magazine has a great interview with Chloë Sevigny from September in which Chloë talks about her new miniseries We Are Who We Are – complete with a new promotional still. Take a look at LAMag.com!

We Are Who We Are is now streaming on HBO.com.

WWD: Chloë Sevigny talks perfume, fashion and pregnancy

WWD recently met up with Chloë Sevigny to talk about, among other things, her debut fragrance “Little Flower”, Opening Ceremony, and pregnancy. A couple of highlights from the interview below:

WWD: You’ve had a long-running relationship with Opening Ceremony. What sort of memories came back when you heard their stores are shutting?

C.S.: I’m kind of holding on to them until they actually close, because I feel like there is going to be a lot of events and whatnot before the summertime. But, of course, when I first did my collection with them… there were like five people in the office, and the office was above the store and then it became this [empire].

I am very excited to see what they do with their brand, and that they will have more time to focus on that. Maybe they’ll ask me to do something.

[…]WWD: You’ve had fashion and accessories partnerships, like with Warby Parker. Are you working on anything else currently?

C.S.: Right now, I’m just working on the baby.

Read the full article at WWD.com.