Alexa Chung In Chanel Couture – MoMA Benefit: A Tribute to Tilda Swinton

Alexa Chung In Chanel Couture - MoMA Benefit A Tribute to Tilda Swinton

Fresh off her book tour stint, Alexa Chung joined Anna Wintour, Jessica Biel, and Lupita Nyong’o at last night’s Museum of Modern Art 2013 Film Benefit: A Tribute to Tilda Swinton in New York City.

Like many of the other guests in attendance, the British TV presenter wore Chanel, selecting a white tweed, button-up, above-the-knee dress, complete with embellished shoulders and a mock-neck collar from the Spring 2013 Couture collection. I would have loved this choice more if I hadn’t been slightly distracted by the wrinkles on her dress. Anyway, moving on.

For accessories, she went with a black top-handle tote and light grey pointy-toe pumps, while her new go-to red lip shade put the sultry finish on this look. 

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11 thoughts on “Alexa Chung In Chanel Couture – MoMA Benefit: A Tribute to Tilda Swinton

  1. Beth Rodrigues

    How does one wear clothes and not wrinkle? I like it..the tote looks heavy but otherwise I like it!

  2. kane

    I quite like the dress and what she did to the sleeves, as well as her make up. Not crazy about the shoes and don’t really understand how she could have picked that bag.

  3. Tess

    Cute dress but that’s all. The bag is out of place, the shoes are boring and nothing about this look impresses me.

  4. Rebecca Z

    She has actually been looking quite good lately and this is no exception. Like she is ready to be a grown up lady.

  5. EmmaWoodhouse

    Neck up this is the prettiest and most elegant I’ve ever seen her. The dress in theory could have worked but it’s so awkwardly bunched and rumpled. The shoes and bag are silly with it.


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