This month will be published for the first time one of the most expected books, especially by fans of fashion, the book of Chloë Sevigny's entitled "Chloë book" published by Rizzoli

Chloë Sevigny, muse of cinema, designer and style icon, describe in intimacy herself for the first time. In the book, the muse of fashion shows us the evolution of her style in a unique and creative view, in a photo feature that takes us in a temporal trip: since she was a young student up to her collaborations in the world of movies and fashion.

The most important moments of her career are captured by photographic images, the first days at the boutique Liquid Sky in Paris, photographs of high school, her bedroom wallpapered with posters and covers of disks, the notes of her secret diary, her films as interpreter, up to hers five fashion collections for Opening Ceremony.

Chloë Sevigny became a muse in the creative scene since the nineties, when she appeared for the first time in a music video Sonic Youth and as an actress in the film Kids of 1995. For the realization of the book have collaborated great photographers like Terry Richardson, Mark Borthwick and Juergen Teller. In “Chloë book” there is a celebration of the eclectic style, audacious and avant-garde of an ‘icon of the fashion system, which from the beginning was noticed by many independent magazines and by the greatest photographers of the world. In fashion has collaborated with many maisons like Sassy, ​​Opening Ceremony, Uniqlo and Hart + Leshkina but is Miuccia Prada who has nominated she the fashion girl of Miu Miu, portraying her for some of most famous campaigns.

This style book brings us as spectators in an intimate story made up of images, of private teen memories to highlight the true soul of this young rebel. The book is an illustrated personal and genuine story, in which the followers of fashion, as well as the public people’s  will find a bible of style and inspiration.


“A genius of aesthetics, which has the ability to filter the world in her own way, in a vision full of nuances”

Natasha Lyonne

Text by Chiara Manzoni