Chloe Sevigny showed off her chic sense of style as she and husband Sinisa Mackovic took their son Vanja for a stroll through New York City on Friday.
The 48-year-old actress — who stars on the February digital cover of Allure — modeled a black leather bomber with a fuzzy brown collar.
She fashioned it over a thin brown sweater with a mock neckline and ribbed long sleeves.
Chloe, who married Sinisa, 41, in 2020, added a pair of light wash flared-leg jeans and chunky camel-colored sneakers.
Adding touches of glamour to the getup, she swiped red lipstick on her pout and rocked black cat eye sunglasses.
Family outing: Chloe Sevigny showed off her chic sense of style as she and husband Sinisa Mackovic took their son Vanja for a stroll through New York City on Friday
Stellar style: Chloe, who married Sinisa, 41, in 2020, added a pair of light wash flared-leg jeans and chunky camel-colored sneakers
The longtime Hollywood fixture wore her long platinum blonde hair loose, letting it flow don her back in a loose wave.
Mackovic, who works in art, donned a long royal blue sweater underneath a black jacket.
He added a pair of dark pants and black shoes as he pulled a small kids’ bike in his right hand.
The father-of-one also tucked a basketball underneath his left arm as his son walked in between him and his wife.
For her part, Chloe was helpful as she secured a black helmet over her arm during the family outing.
Vanja, two, looked adorable in a long-sleeved light gray turtleneck shirt and khaki pants tucked into black snow boots.
Last month in an interview with Allure Sevigny confessed to sometimes using Botox and fillers: ‘It’s too hard to get old onscreen. It’s not fun.’
She revealed about cosmetic enhancements: ‘I’m not opposed to bits and bobs here and there.’
Fashion piece: The 48-year-old actress modeled a black leather bomber with a fuzzy light brown collar
She also disclosed to the beauty publication that she mainly opts for treatments on the right side of her face, on account of a stinging piece of advice she got when she was younger.
When she was a rising actress, the two iconic fashion photographers David Bailey and Richard Avedon advised her to only be snapped from the left.
The tip has left her insecure about the right side of her face ever since, to the point she found herself wondering if she ‘might have’ body dysmorphia.
Chloe covered the magazine in an evocative snap taken from her left as she shot the camera a piercing stare while looking over her shoulder.
She was clad in a white hooded Alaia frock and makeup that included plum tones and tons of mascara.
She was first told about her ‘good side’ in 1994 when she was 19 and Avedon was photographing her for a profile in the New Yorker.
The article was by the buzzy novelist, who immortally described Chloe as ‘the coolest girl in the world.’
A pretty cover girl: Here the star is seen on the cover of Allure magazine
However for Chloe, who was on the brink of stardom in the movie Kids, the experience included the bitter pill of Dick’s advice about her left side.
When she recounted the conversation to Allure, she added incredulously: ‘Can you imagine saying that to a 19-year-old?’
She went on to receive the same guidance about her face from Bailey, a titan of 1960s fashion photography and a top chronicler of Swinging London.
David told Chloe about her left side while shooting her for British Vogue in 1998.
‘Even right now, I would have preferred to sit in that seat because then you would have been looking at my left side,’ she told Allure.
‘It informs so many parts of my life, like, when I go to dinner, when I’m rehearsing and blocking a scene, I always favor this side. It’s intense.’
Chloe has previously been candid about her Botox use, even name-dropping her dermatologist David A Colbert in an interview with Into the Gloss.
‘I go to Colbert every six months to a year. I get all different kinds of treatments from him – Ulthera, Botox,’ she dished.
‘I think Botox is good! It’s just a preventative for my 11 lines, but also he’s very conservative because I’m an actress.’
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