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25.05.18 Screening

Chloe Sevigny In The Vampire’s Wife – ‘Last Days Of Disco’ 20th Anniversary Screening

Chloe Sevigny attended the ‘Last Days Of Disco’ 20th anniversary screening on Thursday (May 24) in New York City.

The actress is known for marching to the beat of her own drum and starting her own trends, which is why I was surprised to see her wearing this dress by The Vampire’s Wife.

The brand has made this ‘Cate’ dress in so many different colourways, lengths and fabrics, yet the style remains the exactly same.

At this point I’m not sure if this is a case of clever marketing, or desirability.

Chloe styled her ditsy floral frock with a vintage top handle bag and Balenciaga ‘Knife’ satin mules.

Balenciaga Knife Satin Mules

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14.05.18

Chloe Sevigny In Gucci – Kering x Cannes Dinner

After wearing a few Chanel looks to the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, Chloë Sevigny switched things up for the Kering x Cannes dinner on Sunday (May 13). She joined Kristen Stewart.

This Gucci Resort 2018 gown is one of the brand’s more minimalist pieces, focusing on well-considered embellishment and the fusion of sumptuous materials rather than an explosion of colour and pattern.

Yet, she opted for a bolder finish with shoulder-grazing earrings and a pale blue clutch. The maximalist styling was a surprising choice that suited the brand and showcased her fashion-forward credentials.

Some might say the jewels are too much, but the festival is the time to go big.

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Chloe Sevigny In Chanel – ‘Cold War (Zimna Wojna)’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Chloe Sevigny stepped out at the ‘Cold War (Zimna Wojna)’ Cannes Film Festival premiere on Thursday (May 10) in France, joining Cate Blanchett and Lea Seydoux.

She seems to be having a monochromatic Chanel moment as this marks her third black and white look from the designer at the festival thus far.

This time, she was outfitted in a chic Fall 2017 Couture dress that proved why minimalism can be so striking.

The contrasting beaded detail served as a halter neckline and jewellery and created a unique layered effect with the dress.

With the tasselled ends, it swung to and fro as she walked down the carpet, giving the look whimsical movement.

Her simple styling and insouciant hands-in-pockets pose added to the allure.

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Vanity Fair France x Chanel

It was a sea of short hemlines at the Vanity Fair France x Chanel dinner during the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday evening (May 9) in France.

Kristen Stewart: The Cannes jury member and Chanel brand ambassador brought her own carefree, edgy mood to this textured Pre-Fall 2017 mini. With its bow detail, it would have likely carried a prim sentiment but her styling gives it insouciant cool.

Penelope Cruz: She lightened things up with floaty tiers of pale blue with a Chanel Spring 2018 dress. Alluring glamour is usually her M.O. so this sweet statement was a change of pace, but she carried off. The champagne accessories added to the ethereal ensemble, but I find myself wishing for a sandal.

Chloe Sevigny: Offering a vampy mood, she showcased plenty of leg in the inky Chanel Spring 2018 frock. The multicolored tufts decorating the sleeves and hem carried a bewitching charm rather than unabashed sensuality that is often showcased with LBDs. Like Penelope, her well-considered styling allowed for a strong, singular statement.

Chanel Pre-Fall 2017
Chanel Spring 2018
Chanel Spring 2018

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Chloe Sevigny In Chanel Couture – ‘Everybody Knows’ Cannes Film Festival Screening

Chloe Sevigny struck a cool pose at the ‘Everybody Knows’ screening and Cannes Film Festival opening ceremony on Tuesday evening (May 8) in France.

Always a pioneer, she rejected the expected gown with dramatic train for a Chanel Fall 2016 Couture dress.

The prim ankle-length style was enlivened with the mixed embellished panel. It added a prismatic edge to the subdued pastel hue.

The pockets were another most unexpected twist. Some might find the latter detail awkward or a tad contrived, but it was a playful addition.

The runway version had a more voluminous, puffed effect. Her look might be more deflated but it allowed the sharp pleated lines to be showcased.

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