Chloe Sevigny rocked a fashion-forward ensemble to the New York premiere of #Horror Wednesday night at MoMA Titus One.

Chloe Sevigny’s Premiere Look

Sevigny’s eccentric look at the premiere centered around a flamenco-inspired Proenza Schouler Spring 2016 dress. Not only did the asymmetrical number feature pink and black ruffles, but a side cut-out and cow patches as well. Sevigny paired the dress with a Proenza Schouler ‘Hava’ clutch, Proenza Schouler earrings and Mary Jane platforms.

“Stepping out #moma #hashtaghorrormovie #scorpiosting @tsipporah1 @proenzaschouler @blakeerik takes a village #promotion,” Sevigny captioned an Instagram snap of herself.

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In #Horror, Sevigny plays a mother to a 12-year-old daughter named Sofia, who, along with a group of her friends, ends up in a living nightmare. Sofia and her friends’ cyber bullying on a popular social media game quickly turns into a night of horror that no one could have predicted.

#Horror was both written and directed by Tara Subkoff, a longtime friend of Sevigny’s. “Tara and I grew up in the same community in Connecticut,” Sevigny revealed at the screening last night to W Magazine.

Though Sevigny has now appeared in two seasons of Ryan Murphy‘s American Horror Story series, the actress admits that she was and continues to be something of a “scaredy cat.”

“I grew up Catholic, so The Exorcist was really powerful for me and Poltergeist,” Sevigny said. What scares her now? “Home invasion, to me, is the most terrifying thing.”

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