Monday, April 30, 2012

Let's take a look at a mirror in Chloe Sevigny's bathroom

East Village resident Chloe Sevigny graces the cover of New York magazine's Spring Design issue. There's an interview with her, which you can read here.

This time, we don't get to see her closets, which she has shared with viewers twice previously.

Nope, let's head right to her "powder room," where we learn she has a bit of a nautical theme going ...

[Photo: Francois Dischinger for New York]

According to New York, she has another mirror above the toilet in the shape of a porthole.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

zero street cred

Anonymous said...

I like her, and I love that she stays in the East Village. She has been here for years now.

Lisa said...

"Street cred"??! What is she-- an actress, or a member of the Crips?

Anonymous @ 9:28, you SO gangsta! Dammm.

Anonymous said...

adorable

Anonymous said...

ok, just zero. you happy now? she's irrelevant.

Anonymous said...

reminder to self: leave your own comment but never eve go back and read any follow up comments.

Anonymous said...

Yes the East village is a very charming place to live now.

What has she ever done to save the neighborhood? Nothing. Photo shoots and videos.

randall said...

Oh Chlo-Chlo,

She was good in that movie "Kids" and then she just never left.

Anonymous said...

This is not about her acting. The photo shoots and videos bring attention to an already trendy area. The shoots make the neighborhood seem hip. What is so hip about people being harassed and bought out of their apartments?
By the way the hip thrift stores and other places depicted in her videos of herself tooting around the neighborhood are gone, and he fashion brand that she works for uses fur. I go against that.

Anonymous said...

I like her. I wish she was more active like someone else said. Maybe she could help that school whose library might close on 3rd St?

Anonymous said...

I love how people criticize her for not being active enough in helping the East Village. How do you know what she has or hasn't done? Look in the mirror and ask what you have done to help the neighborhood. How many of you have been active in protesting the sale and closure of the Cabrini Nursing Home for instance? How many of you volunteer at the local soup kitchens to feed the homeless? Probably a handful at most. Get out there and do something.

Lisa said...

"Irrelevant"? Aren't we all!

"What is so hip about people being harassed and bought out of their apartments?"

Oh... I dunno, maybe the tens of thousands of dollars windfall that tenants may accept or decline?

What's so hip about living in a dangerous, poor neighborhood? Does it bestow that je-ne-sais-quoi urban "street cred" you hold so dear? (I know, I know-- like asking "what's jazz?", if you've gotta ask "what's hip", you'll never understand!)

The real question is, why is having money and success so un-hip? Un-hip to you, that is.

Anonymous said...

Which mirror should we look in? The porthole or the wheel?