Fugger: Chloe Sevigny
Note: I don’t actually think Chloe looks that bad here:
She looks like a vaguely sweaty artist leaving her studio after a hard and unproductive day in her smock, but in a kind of good way. Maybe I’m just saying that because the idea of Chloe Sevigny whizzing past me on a CitiBike — like Fug Nation’s very own Almira Gulch, which fewer impulses to steal our little dogs (presumably) — seems like it would be a benediction.
[Photo: Pac Coast News]
Oh, Chloe. I am so glad you’re back on TV — thank you, Mindy Kaling! — and therefore out and about and looking like a disheveled modern dance instructor:
Her interpretive dance about the existential angst experienced when you begin to wonder whether or not your city is ACTUALLY sorting the recycling from the trash is a sight to behold. Will no one think of the newsprint?!?
Well, the expression of defiance certainly could qualify as punk.
But the Gloria Swanson get-up? Not so much. Then again, Gloria Swanson created an inventions company in New York that was basically a front for helping Jewish scientists and inventors escape Europe during World War II, so she was fairly bad-ass and trailblazing in her own right. Let’s just assume Chloe was reading Gloria’s Wikipedia page when she was picking out her outfit and decided that thwarting the Nazi establishment was the most deliciously punk act of all. And that the turban is therefore a TURBAN OF SECRETS. (Coming soon to a theater near you, starring Nicolas Cage.)
Thank you for bringing the crazy. Never leave us.
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