Chloë Sevigny Tells Interview She’s ‘Trying To Dress Hotter’
So, what did we learn about one of Hollywood’s most fashionable stars?
Chloë’s reevaluating her look:
I’m into kind of body con. [laughs] My girlfriend came over and we were cleaning out my closet. She was trying to get rid of all the floral and she was like, “I think you should only dress body conscious, only body con,” so I’m trying to dress more simple, more body con… Maybe just because I’m not going to be dressed that way that much longer, being a single young lady, I don’t know, I’m just trying to dress hotter.
She doesn’t like her Big Love character Nikki‘s current style:
I preferred in the first and second season, when she had a really distinct look. It was a real extension of her personality and where she came from. Now, she’s trying to play the part more of Bill’s wife. She doesn’t want to stand out so much. Her dressing less and less compound-esque is her way of distancing herself from her roots. Season five is all about the twin sets, sweater sets. According to the editors and the creators, everybody is raving about the sweater sets. It’s a throwback to the ’50s, you know, big-chested, sweater sets.
Pauly D is not her boyfriend:
No, but I wish, because that would be hilarious. That would be the weirdest couple in the world. It would be like the apocalypse. I think it’s because we’re both kind of extreme. We represent extremes, in opposite directions. So for us two to come together, it would be a very strange meeting of the minds or colliding of two worlds. I haven’t watched that many episodes, but of the ones I have… if I were to pick one of the dudes on the show, I’d definitely pick him.
She doesn’t watch those amazing parody videos:
My close friends have all seen it, and they tell me about it. I’m afraid. I know he speaks with this affected voice, and apparently so do I. You know, everyone hates their own voice, and I hate doing interviews. I hate hearing my own voice, and even after the end of six months of shooting, I don’t want to hear my own voice acting, performance-wise. What can you do about it? [laughs] My friends are like, it’s not really you. He says, like, [in an affected tone] “Givenchy” and “Proenza Schouler,” high-fashion brands. I don’t understand what the appeal is. I mean, is it amusing, is it funny? Everyone says it’s not like me.