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Why celebrities love to show their midriffs, according to Chloe Sevigny

Make a bold fashion statement!

By InStyle Magazine Apr 2, 2013 3:27PM
PHOTO: Sipa USA (2); Splash News; Getty ImagesBy Judy Meepos, InStyle magazine

Midriff tops make a bold fashion statement, but it’s a statement that everyone, including Diane Kruger (in Carven and Vanessa Bruno), Miley Cyrus (in Marc Jacobs), and Selena Gomez (in Dolce & Gabbana) is loving—and Chloe Sevigny hopes it stays that way.

RELATED: Selena's Creamsicle Orange Lipstick

The "American Horror Story" actress, who wore her own cutout creation (vintage Chloe by Karl Lagerfeld) to Barneys Celebrates 60 Years of Chloe at the department store in New York, loves the look because she believes it gives people a chance to break out from “playing it safe” with their style.

RELATED: 10 Ways to a Flatter Tummy

“I think that you shouldn’t be afraid of being an individual,” Sevigny told InStyle.com. “People are so afraid of criticism, especially from all of the tabloid magazines and stuff, but I think that the InStyles of the world always seem to celebrate individuality more, so I just keep that in mind.” So true, Chloe!

Plus, see more stars in the latest trends in our Look of the Day gallery.

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PHOTO: Sipa USA (2); Splash News; Getty Images

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Apr 3, 2013 6:11AM
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PHOTO: Sipa USA (2); Splash News; Getty ImagesBy Judy Meepos, InStyle magazine

Midriff tops make a bold fashion statement, but it’s a statement that everyone, including Diane Kruger (in Carven and Vanessa Bruno), Miley Cyrus (in Marc Jacobs), and Selena Gomez (in Dolce & Gabbana) is loving—and Chloe Sevigny hopes it stays that way.

RELATED: Selena's Creamsicle Orange Lipstick

The "American Horror Story" actress, who wore her own cutout creation (vintage Chloe by Karl Lagerfeld) to Barneys Celebrates 60 Years of Chloe at the department store in New York, loves the look because she believes it gives people a chance to break out from “playing it safe” with their style.

RELATED: 10 Ways to a Flatter Tummy

“I think that you shouldn’t be afraid of being an individual,” Sevigny told InStyle.com. “People are so afraid of criticism, especially from all of the tabloid magazines and stuff, but I think that the InStyles of the world always seem to celebrate individuality more, so I just keep that in mind.” So true, Chloe!

Plus, see more stars in the latest trends in our Look of the Day gallery.

MORE:

Beauty Editor's Spring Must-Haves
Chloe and the Stars Celebrate the One Foundation
Spring's Most Daring Fashion Trends

Bing: Celebrity fashion trends

PHOTO: Sipa USA (2); Splash News; Getty Images

Apr 3, 2013 4:02AM
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PHOTO: Sipa USA (2); Splash News; Getty ImagesBy Judy Meepos, InStyle magazine

Midriff tops make a bold fashion statement, but it’s a statement that everyone, including Diane Kruger (in Carven and Vanessa Bruno), Miley Cyrus (in Marc Jacobs), and Selena Gomez (in Dolce & Gabbana) is loving—and Chloe Sevigny hopes it stays that way.

RELATED: Selena's Creamsicle Orange Lipstick

The "American Horror Story" actress, who wore her own cutout creation (vintage Chloe by Karl Lagerfeld) to Barneys Celebrates 60 Years of Chloe at the department store in New York, loves the look because she believes it gives people a chance to break out from “playing it safe” with their style.

RELATED: 10 Ways to a Flatter Tummy

“I think that you shouldn’t be afraid of being an individual,” Sevigny told InStyle.com. “People are so afraid of criticism, especially from all of the tabloid magazines and stuff, but I think that the InStyles of the world always seem to celebrate individuality more, so I just keep that in mind.” So true, Chloe!

Plus, see more stars in the latest trends in our Look of the Day gallery.

MORE:

Beauty Editor's Spring Must-Haves
Chloe and the Stars Celebrate the One Foundation
Spring's Most Daring Fashion Trends

Bing: Celebrity fashion trends

PHOTO: Sipa USA (2); Splash News; Getty Images

Apr 3, 2013 2:33AM
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PHOTO: Sipa USA (2); Splash News; Getty ImagesBy Judy Meepos, InStyle magazine

Midriff tops make a bold fashion statement, but it’s a statement that everyone, including Diane Kruger (in Carven and Vanessa Bruno), Miley Cyrus (in Marc Jacobs), and Selena Gomez (in Dolce & Gabbana) is loving—and Chloe Sevigny hopes it stays that way.

RELATED: Selena's Creamsicle Orange Lipstick

The "American Horror Story" actress, who wore her own cutout creation (vintage Chloe by Karl Lagerfeld) to Barneys Celebrates 60 Years of Chloe at the department store in New York, loves the look because she believes it gives people a chance to break out from “playing it safe” with their style.

RELATED: 10 Ways to a Flatter Tummy

“I think that you shouldn’t be afraid of being an individual,” Sevigny told InStyle.com. “People are so afraid of criticism, especially from all of the tabloid magazines and stuff, but I think that the InStyles of the world always seem to celebrate individuality more, so I just keep that in mind.” So true, Chloe!

Plus, see more stars in the latest trends in our Look of the Day gallery.

MORE:

Beauty Editor's Spring Must-Haves
Chloe and the Stars Celebrate the One Foundation
Spring's Most Daring Fashion Trends

Bing: Celebrity fashion trends

PHOTO: Sipa USA (2); Splash News; Getty Images

Apr 3, 2013 2:11AM
avatar
PHOTO: Sipa USA (2); Splash News; Getty ImagesBy Judy Meepos, InStyle magazine

Midriff tops make a bold fashion statement, but it’s a statement that everyone, including Diane Kruger (in Carven and Vanessa Bruno), Miley Cyrus (in Marc Jacobs), and Selena Gomez (in Dolce & Gabbana) is loving—and Chloe Sevigny hopes it stays that way.

RELATED: Selena's Creamsicle Orange Lipstick

The "American Horror Story" actress, who wore her own cutout creation (vintage Chloe by Karl Lagerfeld) to Barneys Celebrates 60 Years of Chloe at the department store in New York, loves the look because she believes it gives people a chance to break out from “playing it safe” with their style.

RELATED: 10 Ways to a Flatter Tummy

“I think that you shouldn’t be afraid of being an individual,” Sevigny told InStyle.com. “People are so afraid of criticism, especially from all of the tabloid magazines and stuff, but I think that the InStyles of the world always seem to celebrate individuality more, so I just keep that in mind.” So true, Chloe!

Plus, see more stars in the latest trends in our Look of the Day gallery.

MORE:

Beauty Editor's Spring Must-Haves
Chloe and the Stars Celebrate the One Foundation
Spring's Most Daring Fashion Trends

Bing: Celebrity fashion trends

PHOTO: Sipa USA (2); Splash News; Getty Images

Apr 3, 2013 1:44AM
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PHOTO: Sipa USA (2); Splash News; Getty ImagesBy Judy Meepos, InStyle magazine

Midriff tops make a bold fashion statement, but it’s a statement that everyone, including Diane Kruger (in Carven and Vanessa Bruno), Miley Cyrus (in Marc Jacobs), and Selena Gomez (in Dolce & Gabbana) is loving—and Chloe Sevigny hopes it stays that way.

RELATED: Selena's Creamsicle Orange Lipstick

The "American Horror Story" actress, who wore her own cutout creation (vintage Chloe by Karl Lagerfeld) to Barneys Celebrates 60 Years of Chloe at the department store in New York, loves the look because she believes it gives people a chance to break out from “playing it safe” with their style.

RELATED: 10 Ways to a Flatter Tummy

“I think that you shouldn’t be afraid of being an individual,” Sevigny told InStyle.com. “People are so afraid of criticism, especially from all of the tabloid magazines and stuff, but I think that the InStyles of the world always seem to celebrate individuality more, so I just keep that in mind.” So true, Chloe!

Plus, see more stars in the latest trends in our Look of the Day gallery.

MORE:

Beauty Editor's Spring Must-Haves
Chloe and the Stars Celebrate the One Foundation
Spring's Most Daring Fashion Trends

Bing: Celebrity fashion trends

PHOTO: Sipa USA (2); Splash News; Getty Images

Apr 3, 2013 1:41AM
avatar
PHOTO: Sipa USA (2); Splash News; Getty ImagesBy Judy Meepos, InStyle magazine

Midriff tops make a bold fashion statement, but it’s a statement that everyone, including Diane Kruger (in Carven and Vanessa Bruno), Miley Cyrus (in Marc Jacobs), and Selena Gomez (in Dolce & Gabbana) is loving—and Chloe Sevigny hopes it stays that way.

RELATED: Selena's Creamsicle Orange Lipstick

The "American Horror Story" actress, who wore her own cutout creation (vintage Chloe by Karl Lagerfeld) to Barneys Celebrates 60 Years of Chloe at the department store in New York, loves the look because she believes it gives people a chance to break out from “playing it safe” with their style.

RELATED: 10 Ways to a Flatter Tummy

“I think that you shouldn’t be afraid of being an individual,” Sevigny told InStyle.com. “People are so afraid of criticism, especially from all of the tabloid magazines and stuff, but I think that the InStyles of the world always seem to celebrate individuality more, so I just keep that in mind.” So true, Chloe!

Plus, see more stars in the latest trends in our Look of the Day gallery.

MORE:

Beauty Editor's Spring Must-Haves
Chloe and the Stars Celebrate the One Foundation
Spring's Most Daring Fashion Trends

Bing: Celebrity fashion trends

PHOTO: Sipa USA (2); Splash News; Getty Images

Apr 3, 2013 1:36AM
avatar
PHOTO: Sipa USA (2); Splash News; Getty ImagesBy Judy Meepos, InStyle magazine

Midriff tops make a bold fashion statement, but it’s a statement that everyone, including Diane Kruger (in Carven and Vanessa Bruno), Miley Cyrus (in Marc Jacobs), and Selena Gomez (in Dolce & Gabbana) is loving—and Chloe Sevigny hopes it stays that way.

RELATED: Selena's Creamsicle Orange Lipstick

The "American Horror Story" actress, who wore her own cutout creation (vintage Chloe by Karl Lagerfeld) to Barneys Celebrates 60 Years of Chloe at the department store in New York, loves the look because she believes it gives people a chance to break out from “playing it safe” with their style.

RELATED: 10 Ways to a Flatter Tummy

“I think that you shouldn’t be afraid of being an individual,” Sevigny told InStyle.com. “People are so afraid of criticism, especially from all of the tabloid magazines and stuff, but I think that the InStyles of the world always seem to celebrate individuality more, so I just keep that in mind.” So true, Chloe!

Plus, see more stars in the latest trends in our Look of the Day gallery.

MORE:

Beauty Editor's Spring Must-Haves
Chloe and the Stars Celebrate the One Foundation
Spring's Most Daring Fashion Trends

Bing: Celebrity fashion trends

PHOTO: Sipa USA (2); Splash News; Getty Images

Apr 3, 2013 1:32AM
avatar
PHOTO: Sipa USA (2); Splash News; Getty ImagesBy Judy Meepos, InStyle magazine

Midriff tops make a bold fashion statement, but it’s a statement that everyone, including Diane Kruger (in Carven and Vanessa Bruno), Miley Cyrus (in Marc Jacobs), and Selena Gomez (in Dolce & Gabbana) is loving—and Chloe Sevigny hopes it stays that way.

RELATED: Selena's Creamsicle Orange Lipstick

The "American Horror Story" actress, who wore her own cutout creation (vintage Chloe by Karl Lagerfeld) to Barneys Celebrates 60 Years of Chloe at the department store in New York, loves the look because she believes it gives people a chance to break out from “playing it safe” with their style.

RELATED: 10 Ways to a Flatter Tummy

“I think that you shouldn’t be afraid of being an individual,” Sevigny told InStyle.com. “People are so afraid of criticism, especially from all of the tabloid magazines and stuff, but I think that the InStyles of the world always seem to celebrate individuality more, so I just keep that in mind.” So true, Chloe!

Plus, see more stars in the latest trends in our Look of the Day gallery.

MORE:

Beauty Editor's Spring Must-Haves
Chloe and the Stars Celebrate the One Foundation
Spring's Most Daring Fashion Trends

Bing: Celebrity fashion trends

PHOTO: Sipa USA (2); Splash News; Getty Images

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