Entries Tagged as 'film'

Denim Icon: Chloe Sevigny Has Perfected the Mom Jean

Friday, July 29, 2016


Photo via Harper’s Bazaar
I first saw Chloe Sevigny in the Kids, a film about bored suburban teens experimenting with anything and everything dangerous. The film was so disturbing to me. I was in my 20s at the time and wondered how everything could have changed so much already?!

It was an important, controversial film, and Kids sent Sevigny on a career trajectory that included many more important and jarring movies including Gummo, The Last Days of Disco, Boys Don’t Cry, American Psycho and the ultra-controversial Brown Bunny.

After all that, she played a fundamentalist Mormon second wife in Big Love, and has gone on to direct and star in more mainstream films including Zodiac and appeared in The Mindy Project. The woman is indie to the core and an incredibly versatile actor.

In addition to all that and a slew of movies you’ve probably never heard of, Sevigny is a fashion icon who has collaborated with the likes of Miu Miu, Louis Vuitton, Chloe, was creative director of Imitation of Christ and has long collaborated with ultimate cool-girl brand Opening Ceremony.

All that said, it’s no surprise Sevigny is a master of denim style and has been since she was a kid. She mastered mom jeans long before anyone else was wearing them, and her kick-flare games on point. Behold!


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16th Annual Gen Art Film Festival Launch Party with 7 For All Mankind

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Last night, I made my way to the Gen Art Film Festival Launch Party at the West Broadway 7 For All Mankind store in Soho, NYC. It was filled with great denim and cheery chatter consisting of, obviously, the Gen Art film festival and (finally) the burst of good weather! Took long enough….

I have to say it’s always lovely to work with the 7 For All Mankind team – they not only know how to throw an awesome event, but they also know how to make jeans and that’s something I can really appreciate. On another note, it was great to gain a cultural vibe from the film festival. Gen Art Co-President Elizabeth Shaffer was quite the hostess and, I have to say, was one of the first I wanted to get an image of due to her dark wash A pocket flairs and her summery multi colored halter top also made by 7 For All Mankind. And then, there was the rest of the crowd – really enjoyed all the 7FAM supporters and the good vibrations coming from the DJ booth. Big thanks to everyone who made the event possible!

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