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Chloë Sevigny Shares How Her High School Yearbook Photo Inspired a Skateboard: ‘It’s Sold Out’

The actress and model made the revelation during an appearance on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon'

<p>Todd Owyoung/NBC via Getty; NBC/Youtube</p> Sevigny on

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Sevigny on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon'

Chloë Sevigny is a skater girl!

The actress and model, 49, appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday, with host Fallon, also 49, revealing that Sevigny’s high school yearbook picture inspired a sell-out skateboard design.

"It sold out in seconds," said Fallon. "It's like the hottest thing in the world."

The TV personality then held up the glittery pink skateboard on the show to huge cheers from the audience. The design featured a snap of the blonde star as a teen with a short pixie crop hairstyle wearing a black shirt, nose ring and brown beaded necklace.

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“Is that the best?” continued Fallon of the "fun" Sevigny design. “How cool are you? Come on!”

The American Horror Story star went on to reveal that the design was created by Jason Dill, a former pro skater who started his own company called F---ing Awesome.

"They do these boards where they put all the pro skaters' school photos on them and he saw my high school portrait and he was like, 'Oh my God it's amazing, can we put it on a skateboard?' I was like, 'I'm not a pro skater but I'm pro skaters, so yes,' " laughed Sevigny, adding that she gave her "blessing" for her photo to be used.

<p>Todd Owyoung/NBC via Getty</p> The actress also opened up about motherhood on the show

Todd Owyoung/NBC via Getty

The actress also opened up about motherhood on the show

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Sevigny — who looked elegant on the show in an off-the-shoulder black silk gown featuring an oversize bow and black pumps — agreed with the host and added, “It’s pretty flattering, it’s pretty good. We need more girls in the skateboard world.”

The self-deprecating host subsequently held up his own black-and-white high school yearbook picture on the bottom of a green skateboard and laughed, “This one’s still available. Yikes! What was he trying to do there?"

The pair giggled at a teenage Fallon’s attempts to grow a “wispy” mustache during senior year and Fallon admitted, “The whole thing was a mistake.”

<p>NBC/Youtube</p> The star was delighted with her custom skateboard design

NBC/Youtube

The star was delighted with her custom skateboard design

In January 2020, a rep for Sevigny confirmed to PEOPLE that she was pregnant with her first child and on Jan. 6, the Oscar nominee and her boyfriend, Sinisa Mackovic, were spotted in New York City as Mackovic embraced her baby bump.

On May 2. 2020, the pair welcomed a son, Vanja Sevigny Mačković, and elsewhere during her chat with Fallon, Sevigny opened up about motherhood.

“Baby is now 3 ½. Pain in the ass,” she laughed.

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“Everyone’s like, ‘Have a baby, it’s the greatest thing in the world.’ And it is great and there’s a honeymoon period and then 2 comes around and then 3 and you’re like, ‘He never leaves, he’s just here all the time.’ Discipline him. What a nightmare.”

The star also said that her son is “really into Frozen, it’s Frozen 24/7,” and had asked Santa Claus to bring him a “Frozen doll.” Sevigny also revealed that Vanja loves firefighters and Paw Patrol. 

Meanwhile, in a September 2018 interview with Who What Wear, Sevigny hinted at her desire to have a daughter.

When she discovered she was expecting a boy, the star opened up to The Cut. “I had to wrap my head around that, as I am so girly," she said.

"I don’t even have that many boyfriends; all of my friends are girls. I just relate better to girls. I’m like, what the hell am I going to do with a boy?" she told the outlet in May 2020.

"My mom was like, ‘This is your comeuppance for not really liking men.’ But of course, I am thrilled and so excited about the whole thing."

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