Gallo has said that nothing but the real thing would do, given "the complex narrative"; and Sevigny once dated the guy in real life, so her basic feeling was, why not?"I think it's a beautiful film," she says, "but it's not for everyone.In the early Nineties, she started hanging out with Harmony Korine in Washington Square Park.He was just another skater until, in 1994, photographer Larry Clark asked him to write what would become the wallop-packing movie .That was apparent earlier in the week, too, at Sevigny’s screening of , her short film for Miu Miu that marked her second stab at directing and follows the comedian Carmen Lynch in her attempts to give up online dating in favor of (hopefully) finding love on the streets.“I definitely wanted to make women feel empowered and tell more stories from our perspective,” Sevigny said. Delettrez, it seems, might be able to help: her latest is based on the word “love,” spelled out in letters made of diamonds and pearls across her usual spread of cuffs and dangling earrings.
I think he was sort of grappling with that and what that's about."My mom would always tell me that you never wear panties at night," she says."You must air yourself out." Another is, leisure-time pill popping is OK, in moderation.“But there’s definitely a melancholy to it that, I feel. Inspiration was hardly hard to come by.“I am very in love,” Delettrez, said, gesturing to her boyfriend a few feet away.“And my daughter, who’s nine, is also in love—she just told me she got a boyfriend today, and now they hold hands like this,” she said, interlocking our fingers, "not this," she added, grasping my hand.Anyway, he's a very complicated man, very smart, real eccentric, and his philosophies run every which way from Sunday."As it happens, Sevigny seems to have a number of every-which-way philosophies herself.