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Chloë is clothes hoarder

Published 19/10/2013

Chloë Sevigny
Chloë Sevigny

Chloë Sevigny keeps all her old clothes, from Halloween costumes to her prom dress.

The actress-and-model has previously worked with labels including Miu Miu, Louis Vuitton and Chloé. She is reluctant to part with any of the items she has collected over the years, after receiving advice from a legendary designer.

“I have an unhealthy attachment to my wardrobe collection, I have everything in storage. Miuccia [Prada] told me never to throw anything out,” she told British magazine Grazia. “So there are Halloween costumes, the dress I wore to prom, a pair of striped stockings that I wore on the first day of school.”

Chloë also has her own line for Opening Ceremony and is the face of high street giant Uniqlo's silk and cashmere range.

The star likes wearing cashmere and insists you can never have enough of it.

“I love to layer cashmere upon cashmere – I would have everything in it if I could,” she said.

“I think classics are cool. If you just have a beautiful cashmere sweater, a great pair of jeans and some flats, that’s all you need.”

The 38-year-old fashionista is thinking more about her style choices as she approaches a new decade. Chloë often finds she questions herself when she is selecting an outfit to wear.

“I have begun to come into it a little bit. It’s those classic things that are common to most women as you get older,” she confessed. “Can I still wear this short skirt? These shorty shorts? You know, I don’t want to walk around in a body-con sausage dress anymore.”

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