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Museum Of Contemporary Art (MOCA) 35th Anniversary Gala

The Museum Of Contemporary Art (MOCA) celebrated its 35th Anniversary Gala presented by Louis Vuitton on Saturday (March 29) in Los Angeles, California.

Chloe Sevigny: The actress looked effortlessly cool wearing a Louis Vuitton Fall 2014 look consisting of a moleskin zipped cardigan dress accented with an embellished belt. Further accessories included a single gold earring (how very Janet Jackson of her), patent-leather booties and an LV pochette flip-flap clutch.

Dianna Agron: Many of you have said that you feel that the ‘Glee’ actress dresses too matronly; well this Louis Vuitton Fall 2014 embroidered asymmetrical knit dress styled with a black leather belt and LV leather boots should roll back the years on her style somewhat. Do you agree?

Haley Bennett: The actress wore a pink-and-beige colour-block zipper dress, which was let down by some strange styling inspired by the runway. While I do like the black-and-tan boots, they look awful with this dress. An LV monogram ‘Petite Malle’ clutch and wavy tresses rounded out her look.

Louis Vuitton Fall 2014

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Louis Vuitton Fall 2014 Front RowDesigner Nicholas Ghesquière’s debut collection for Louis Vuitton Fall 2014 hit the Paris Fashion Week catwalk on Wednesday (March 5) at the Cour Carree in France. The Vuitton-dressed front row sat with bated breath to glimpse the new LV under Ghesquière, where skins, suede and leather rendered in retro-mod shapes took to the runway.

Fan Bingbing: A sophisticated, dark leather trench with brass buttons, mixed with an LV logo handbag and a pair of oversized shades, were the makings of a stylishly cinematic entrance by the Asian star—if only she could locate another pair of heels, other than her go-to super-platforms. Long, straight locks and a matte red lip completed her dramatic ensemble.

Chloe Sevigny: The actress tied on a navy-blue, windowpane sweater coat, worn with black tights, booties and a tassel-adorned purse. Barely-there makeup only brought home her effortless-cool vibe.

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Chloe Sevigny In Katy Rodriguez - 'Those Who Kill' Screening Premiere

Chloe Sevigny attended screening premier of ‘Those Who Kill’ on Wednesday (February 26) held at Warwick in Hollywood, California.

Wearing a flirtatious black mini dress with white ruffle underlay by Katy Rodriguez, Chloe showed of her enviable figure to full effect in this surprisingly feminine look.

But never one to dress formulaically, Chloe contrasted the pretty dress with a statement-making pair of killer heels by Balenciaga which proved perfect for adding a heavy dose of cool-girl edge.

All the actress needed was a refreshing pop of colour in the form of a baby pink lip for the ultimate finishing touch.

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Chloe Sevigny In Rodarte - 'The Wait' Los Angeles Special Screening And Q&A

Chloe Sevigny attended the screening of ‘The Wait’ held at the Downtown Independent Theater on Saturday (February 1) in Los Angeles, California.

The actress wore one of her go-to designers, Rodarte, selecting a pale-pink-embroidered black dolman-sleeve dress with a frilly hemline.

Sporting a bold orange lip and well-kept tresses, she of course styled her look with lace-up leather booties.

I know some of you can’t warm to Chloe’s style, so how does this look fare?

I love that the dress feels really chic, yet she gives the look a distinctive Chloe vibe with the boots.

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Chloe Sevigny In Kenzo - Sidaction Gala Dinner

Chloe Sevigny attended the Sidaction Gala Dinner held at the Pavillon d’Armenonville on Thursday (January 23) in Paris, France.

The actress, who we’ve not seen on the red carpet in a while, wore a Kenzo Spring 2014 double-face black-and-white leather dress styled with black-and-white sandals from the same collection.

Additional accessories included a pebble-leather clutch and a beaded necklace, with a hot-red lip and kempt wavy tresses completing her look.

At times, some of you find it hard to warm to Chloe’s I’m-too-cool-for-school, shabby-chic style, but on this occasion there is less shabby, and a lot more chic.

Do you agree?

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