Chloë Sevigny was once called ‘the coolest girl in the word’ by The New Yorker in 1994.
And more than 20 years on – the actress, who’s been snapped up by Jimmy Choo to front their spring/summer campaign – is still a strong contender for the title.
The New York-born fashionista, 41, who is known for her eclectic style, has starred in the shoe brand’s spring/summer campaign shot in a motel in the Florida Keys because she reflects the ‘edgier’ side of their customers.

‘Chloë reflects the edgier more daring side of the Jimmy Choo woman,’ said Sandra Choi, the brand’s creative director.
‘I love the fact that she’s a bit unexpected and has such a unique and creative aesthetic making our collection work with her style.’

The campaign images see Chloe showcase her incredible body in clinging dresses, cut off denim shorts and a suede mini dress on location where she films the Netflix drama, Bloodline.
In the shots, Chloe’s blonde hair is long and loose, she wears sunglasses and sits on a car’s front seat in one atmospheric picture and perches on a bar stool in another.

She also lies back on a wooden bench in a pair of over-the-knee peep-toe suede boots – which might be a bold choice for a footwear in the summer.
Prices for the collection start at £130 for a silk scarf and reach £2,695 for a python handbag.
Sandra Choi said: ‘The shoot embodies the spirit of the Spring Summer collection, laid back glamour against a sultry, sun bleached backdrop of palm shadows and pastel shades.
‘You can almost feel the sun on your skin.’