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Chloë Sevigny

Chloë Sevigny Talks "Kitty"; Tilda Swinton Says Nothing At All

Cannes draws to a close this weekend, but summer film season gets into full swing.

Chanel, Culture
With “The Woman Who Reads,” opening in September, Ca’ Pesaro International Gallery of Modern Art in Venice offers a look inside Coco Chanel’s enviable library. Everyone loves a book club.

Metrograph
A new arthouse cinema with an old-school feel. Fans include Greta Gerwig and Tavi Gevinson, because of course.

Monse
Though it just debuted with the Spring 2016 season, this little brand founded by Oscar De La Renta alums is rapidly going mainstream, thanks in large part to celebrity support in the form of Sarah Jessica Parker (and her infamous Met Gala getup), Selena Gomez, and Amal Clooney.

Sevingy, Chloë
Made her directorial debut with the short film Kitty at Cannes, which premiered Thursday night. It has little Kafka, a little magical realism, and very, very little dialogue.

Swinton, Tilda
A walk in the park with the actress, who on occasion could pass for David Bowie — a skill her new (silent) role in A Bigger Splash makes abundant use of.

Wang, Alexander
Purveyor of downtown chic looking to vacate his downtown home. It can be yours for a cool $3.75 mill.

Weiner, Anthony
Disgraced former congressman, one-time New York mayoral candidate, husband of Clinton (Hillary) advisor Huma Abedin, subject of the new documentary Weiner.

Wooster, Nick
The latest street style icon making big moves — he’ll come on board at Texas-based boutique Forty Five Ten as creative director later this year. It might not be Brioni, but it’s the most recent proof of the premium brands are placing on street-savvy in merchandising.

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