Chloë Sevigny at 2019 Venice Film Festival

Chloë has been spotted in Venice!

On August 31, Chloë Sevigny attended the Miu Miu “Women’s Tales” dinner at the 2019 Venice Film Festival. The following day she was also photographed at the Venice Film Festival premiere of Out of the Blue.

A couple of images from both events in our gallery.

Chloë Sevigny launches “Little Flower” fragrance in LA

On August 24, Chloë Sevigny launched her new fragrance “Little Flower” for Régime des Fleurs in Los Angeles.

Chloë looked stylish at the event in a puff sleeve dress from Miu Miu’s Resort 2020 collection. The first images in our gallery!

Roundup of articles on Chloë Sevigny’s “Little Flower” fragrance

Check out these new articles on Chloë Sevigny in which she talks about “Little Flower”, her first ever fragrance which she recently launched with Régime des Fleurs.

A couple of new images have also been uploaded to the gallery. Don’t miss ’em!

Chloë Sevigny at “Little Flower” fragrance launch

On Wednesday, Chloë Sevigny promoted her new fragrance “Little Flower” for Régime des Fleurs at Dover Street Market NY. The first images in our gallery!

Chloë Sevigny launches perfume with Régime des Fleurs

Chloë Sevigny has launched a perfume with Régime des Fleurs. More on the story from Vogue:

“I’ve always worn rose perfumes, but I think of this as a city rose,” she explains of the scent, which she dreamed up with Régime cofounder Ezra Woods, whom she has known since he was “a young charmer” in high school in L.A., and his eventual business partner, Alia Raza, with whom Sevigny used to make Warholian video shorts. The duo knew about Sevigny’s taste for rose perfumes, despite their reputation for being “old lady,” and they wanted to create a modern update for her. “Basically, we wanted to make her ultimate signature scent,” Raza says.

[…]”I’ve always been obsessed with perfume,” Sevigny explains as we continue ambling through the garden. “When I was a kid growing up in Connecticut, I collected vintage perfumes—I loved the bottles. I used to keep them on this mirrory silver tray and was so captivated by the way they caught the light.” These flacons were like emissaries from the urban world of glamour and cool she longed to break into. “Of course, now that I actually live in the city,” she notes with a laugh, “I want something that kind of takes me out of it!” Little Flower abets the escape—no planes, trains, or automobiles necessary. “You walk around, you get dirty. . . and it instantly makes you feel refreshed. . . . I can’t see why I’d wear anything else.

Check out the print ad for the perfume as well as outtakes from the photoshoot in our gallery.