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Thursday 26 May 2016

Chloë Sevigny excited by store opening

Published 22/04/2013

Chloë Sevigny
Chloë Sevigny

Chloë Sevigny was guest of honour at the grand unveiling of Opening Ceremony's flagship store in Tokyo.

The actress made a visit to Japan over the weekend to celebrate the unveiling of the label's new Tokyo store.

Chloë attended the inaugural bash held at the premises, which is located on trendy Cat Street.

"When they opened the door, I started cheering," she laughed to WWD. "I'm like, I'm more excited than anybody else in here."

The blonde beauty partied with the brand's founders Humberto Leon and Carol Lim.

Other notable guests at the grand opening included model-and-actress Kiko Mizuhara as well as iconic fashion cartoon character Hello Kitty, who was wearing a cute kimono.

Chloë is known for her funky and fashionable style, and has proved she has a talent for designing as well.

The former model has created lines for Opening Ceremony in collaboration with the Kenzo designers Carol and Humberto before.

The trendsetter revealed she was planning to engage in some vintage clothes shopping during her time in the fashion hotspot.

Chloë also hoped to visit the countryside to check out the Japanese hot spring during her visit.

"I have been to Tokyo three or four times and I've always wanted to go outside and see some nature. So we're going to do a bit of that, which I'm really excited about," she finished.

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