The Mother Of All Style Bibles That Puts Today’s Fashion Bloggers To Shame

This book offers an intimate and thorough account of Chloë Sevigny’s personal style, which she has always worn with enviable ease, and which continues to inspire young downtown dwellers today. It spans over three decades, from her formative years working as Sassy Magazine’s intern, to her undying stint as the perpetual ‘90s style muse. Through candids taken by director Harmony Korine, photographer Mario Sorrenti, and others, the Rizzoli hardcover chronicles her subsequent (and still bustling) career in film and television, her appearances in Miu Miu and Chloé ads, as well as her eponymous line for Opening Ceremony that marked her official foray into fashion. Ms. Sevigny even offers up some of her treasured memorabilia, polaroids, and pages from her day planners of yore. With an afterword by Natasha Lyonne, a foreword by Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon, and exalted accounts of the style queen by other artist friends, this is a profoundly personal portrait of Ms. Sevigny that no amount of time spent on Tumblr could rival.