T Lo obsession Chloe Sevigny landed herself the cover of OUT:
Top by Opening Ceremony. Underwear by Calvin Klein Underwear. Boxing handwraps and gloves by Everlast.
Chloë Sevigny covers the latest issue of OUT magazine photographed by Terry Richardson and styled by Grant Woolhead. Hair: by Jeff Francis. Makeup by Maki.
On her role as a transgender hit man in the British series Hit & Miss: “I was worried people would be angry that they didn’t cast a real person who was transitioning. I asked why they didn’t, and the producers said they didn’t find the right person. It’s a big responsibility toward that community, and I wanted to do them right.”
On working mostly on a string of art-house flicks: “Hollywood does not know what to do with me. They do not like me. That’s why I end up in these seemingly difficult movies. That’s what is offered to me, and I need to make a living.”
On knowing her place in the fashion food chain [For the British premiere of Hit & Miss she requested about 20 dresses for consideration, but only received two.]: “Aren’t I one of the top searches on Style.com, for crying out loud? How hard is it to get a fucking dress from Valentino?”
Oh, kittens. If we loved her before (and we did), we now adore her. How could we not? Anyone who utters the line “How hard is it to get a fucking dress from Valentino?” immediately rises to the pinnacle of the T Lo Pantheon. Brava, dear. Although it would have been a LOT funnier if she’d said “Who do I have to blow to get a fucking Valentino dress?” Because then we would have said “Definitely not Vincent Gallo, darling.”
Anyway, the quotes are better than the pictures. Whatever interest can be found in the latter comes from Chloe’s Blue Steel. Otherwise, the backdrop, styling and concept are a little tired. They’ve been doing Olympics-themed editorials every four summers for the last 40 years.
Sweatshirt by Maison Martin Margiela. Handwraps by Everlast.
Yellow dress by Versace. Shoes by Louis Vuitton.
Cobalt blue top by Paco Rabanne. Underwear by Calvin Klein Underwear. Shoes by Yves Saint Laurent.
Cute, but not good enough to spur on a decent “Chloe and her alters” post. She looks the same in every picture, which should tell you something about photographer Terry Richardson’s penchant for pure surface in his photos. He’s not very good (as in, not good at all) at tapping into his subject’s personality or psyche.
[Photo Credit: Terry Richardson for out.com]