Dylan Brant and Chloé Perrin

This stylish couple proves that fashion makes the heart grow fonder.

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Brant, in Dior Homme, and Perrin, in a Jil Sander suit and Azzedine Alaïa heels, at the Temp Art Space in New York.

Dylan Brant and Chloé Perrin

This stylish couple proves that fashion makes the heart grow fonder.

Wardrobe-wise, it’s helpful to have family members in high–fashion places. Just ask Dylan Brant, the oldest son of the supermodel Stephanie Seymour (with the musician Tommy Andrews) and half-brother to toffs about town Peter Brant II and Harry Brant. “Between my mother and them, I have the best stylists in the world,” he says. A senior at Bard College and a cofounder of Young & Starving, a nonprofit organization that supports emerging artists, Brant doesn’t spend much time thinking about his attire. But his brothers do. “At night, I wear a Dior or Dolce & Gabbana suit that they’ve picked out,” he explains. “During the day, I have more of a James Dean thing going on—jeans, T-shirt, Dior Beatle boots that Harry bought me for my birthday.” The sartorial benefits extend to his girlfriend of a year and a half, Chloé Perrin (no relation to Sebastien), the New York–based brand director of Perrin Paris, her family’s leather accessories house. Among her favorite pieces in a closet replete with high-end collectibles is a black Azzedine Alaïa dress that the designer (who is a close friend of Seymour’s) gave to her. She has also acquired a handful of sleek avant-garde “staples,” as she puts it, from her mother, Sally, including a Jil Sander bustier suit and a Comme des Garçons asymmetrical dress, which she pairs with a Perrin signature Capitale clutch (a style equipped with a fingerless glove on its flap, for easy carrying) and Martin Margiela Tabi boots. “There’s definitely an edge to my look,” she says.