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When we think of Chloë Sevigny, we don't automatically think flirty. But she's switching up our perception by channeling a fierce and feminine feline for her pre-spring '11 line for Opening Ceremony. Yesterday we peeped the goods, and we've got to say we were positively meowing over the leopard print socks and the flowy, patterned skirts and dresses that take girly-vintage fashion to a whole other level. But just in case you're less flirty and more funky, of course Miss Sevigny delivers. As the model in her own lookbook, Chloë rocks some amazing sky-high lace-up boots, plus traditional motorcycle booties, and buckled black clogs, all set against a gray NYC skyline. Oh yeah, and that fuchsia lipstick and those leather short-shorts? We die. So, start saving now— the line is set to roar into stores around December.
Opening Ceremony; 35 Howard Street (between Broadway and Lafayette Street); 212-219-2688
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