Chloe Sevigny Fronts Tomboy Spring 2012 Campaign
See all the images plus a behind-the-scenes and teaser video.
Fashion muse for the effortlessly cool, Chloe Sevigny fronts the Spring 2012 campaign for Korean label Tomboy. Shot by Daniel Jackson, the collection merges the brand's androgynous aesthetic (hence the name Tomboy) with a distinct sportswear agenda commemorating the brand's 35th anniversary. With creative direction by Moss Creative and styling by Dianna Lunt, Sevigny's makeup reflects the doe-eyed, kohl domination that defined the sixties, which, coupled with her chopped bangs and chin-skimming bob, balances the clothing in a wonderfully executed fusion of saucy boyishness. From undertaking a transgender transmutation with Terry Richardson to her recent shoot for Interview, Sevigny is certainly not adverse to trying on the other gender's shoes. Check out the maximal sexy, minimal fuss campaign shots here:
Bashful and charming with equal parts sexy, see a video of the illustrious tomboy in action:
And a behind-the-scenes here, including an interview with Sevigny about her would-die-without items and why she decided to work with Tomboy: