Chloe Sevigny tapped for J.W. Anderson's spring campaign
Chloe Sevigny's black and white campaign images for J.W. Anderson have been shared online by the brand.
Chloe Sevigny is J.W. Anderson’s newest campaign star.
The actress and former model showed she’s still got it when it comes to posing as she shot the campaign for the luxury label, helmed by Northern Irish designer Jonathan Anderson.
Chloe works J.W. Anderson’s spring 17 offerings, taking over modelling duties from Bella Hadid who starred in the fall/winter 16 adverts.
Wearing one all white outfit and one all black get up, Chloe poses on a stool holding the brand’s Pierce bag. The sultry black and white photos work well against more colourful images later on in the look book.
Shot by Jamie Hawkesworth and styled by Benjamin Bruno, both regular collaborators with Anderson, 42-year-old Chloe looks relaxed as she gazes into the camera in the images, which have been uploaded to the label’s social media accounts.
Chloe is a long-time fan of J.W. Anderson’s designs, choosing the fashion house to dress her for the 2015 Met Gala. The off the shoulder, Asian inspired gown was well suited to the China: Through the Looking Glass theme, though not all style critics were fans of the creation.
Chloe’s latest campaign adds to her extensive portfolio, which includes working with Miu Miu and Chloe.
Despite the 42-year-old’s success in both fashion and film, Chloe admitted she doesn't consider herself a “classic” beauty.
"I'm not a classic beauty and I feel like this is inspiring for girls - you don't have to be the perfect whatever," she previously told the British edition of Vogue.
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