Chloe Sevigny: Well, growing up, kids always wore these hats that said, like, “Syracuse lacrosse” or, like, you know, the white ones with the lines. Well, now that’s all I’m offered.
Alex Knost: That’s like hearing your own voice on a message machine and it doesn’t sound like you.
Sevigny: Yeah, kind of … arty horror. Like a Jim Jarmusch.
Knost: He was very brash about it. [Laughing] I’ll endorse other surfers.
Sevigny: Their mineral and gem collection is incredible.
Knost: There’s nothing you can do about it.
Sevigny: That for me is a little nauseating.
Knost: It’s this weird intersection, then you realize there’s the natural co-existence and you can’t really resent natural occurrences.
Sevigny: It feels really European, and I like that getting off the train, and there’s not as many people in the street, and it’s quiet and there’s a lot of sky.
Knost: You’re made of water, so it’s a no brainer.
Sevigny: At least I wasn’t getting arrested for writing graffiti.
Knost: Or do I become the antithesis of that formula?
Sevigny: Especially the dirty greasy hair and the face.
Knost: It's such a cool, unique, ferocious approach.
Sevigny: It’s 8-by-10, $32.