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17.07.17

Alexa Chung In Ralph Lauren Collection – Wimbledon Tennis Championships

Alexa Chung wasn’t about to miss the action on day 12 of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships on Saturday (July 15) in London.

But rather than follow in the feminine footsteps of the summer frock we’ve so far seen dominating the Wimbledon wardrobe, she took a sharp turn into menswear with Ralph Lauren Collection navy pinstripe suiting.

There would be no pretending to add the expected sultry appeal here by wearing the double-breasted jacket sans shirting. Instead, she buttoned up with a white dress shirt and tie, too—fully committed to the sartorial tailoring of the look.

It may have seemed a bit warmish for summer, but Alexa still commanded this look with her nonchalant, cool-girl allure.

Credit: Rex

Alexa Chung & Daisy Lowe are Instaglam in Alessandra Rich & Emilio de la Morena

Alexa Chung took to Instagram to share her Harper’s Bazaar US dinner antics with Daisy Lowe at Kensington Palace in London last week.

Fitting right in, Alexa wore a preciously regal Alessandra Rich Fall 2017 dress that was sweetened up by its row of bows. But, it was her statuesque pose that ironically brought the vintage-influenced look to life.

As for Daisy Lowe, she went for a more colourful, breezy route in her Emilio de la Morena backless silk gown in a bright checquer motif that had all the feminine whimsy of summer.

They may have been at the palace, but Alexa and Daisy were two girls that just wanted to have fun that day—and their playful outfits were perfect for their frolics.

Emilio de la Morena Opaline halterneck sleeveless silk gown
Credit: Vogue.com & Instagram

03.07.17

Front Row @ Miu Miu Cruise 2018 Show

The front row at the Miu Miu Cruise 2018 show, held during Haute Couture Paris Fashion Week on Sunday (July 2), was chock-full of Miu Miu-donning darlings—each embracing the quirky charm of the label in their own unique way.

Elle Fanning: Looking every bit like a modern-day Miu Miu princess, Elle masterfully wore a precious look from the Fall 2017 collection that got its sweet edge from the explosion of oversized paillettes and magpie-worthy embellishment. What better, then, than a pearl-encrusted headband—a modern girl’s tiara, of course—to top off her ballerina bun.

Alexa Chung: With a more traditional edgy offering in play, Alexa wore another interpretation of scintillating sequins in this silvery-gray frock topped off with a studded, leather moto jacket. Of course, it was the embellished buckle footwear in schoolgirl plaid that really put the look into the realm of signature Miu Miu quirk.

Teresa Palmer: While there would be no sparkling embellishment to speak of in Teresa’s look, the whimsical cherry print more than made up for it in this vintage-inspired, ruffle frock. The styling lent itself even more to the eccentric Miu Miu twist with costume-y bauble earrings, a seemingly out-of-place blue purse, and glittery platform heels each playing unusual companions whilst elevating the dress’s twee spirit.

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02.05.17

Alexa Chung In Diane von Furstenberg – 2017 Met Gala

Alexa Chung attended the 2017 Met Gala on Monday (May 1).

The fashion influencer wore a Diane von Furstenberg gown with Monique Péan jewelry.

This gown is so much fun with it’s tiny dotted print. It also fits like a dream, and is really Alexa’s signature style come to life in one dress.

All that said, at an occasion such as the Met Gala, this definitely get lost amid the drama and risks. Which I hate, because it’s a absolutely gorgeous gown, and Alexa looks fabulous!

I also would have loved to see Alexa step outside her hair comfort zone and lose her signature messy lob for something more daring–and perhaps even theme-appropriate?–for tonight.

Credit: Getty

Alexa Chung In Loewe – 2017 Portrait Gala

Aside from Fashion Week, it’s been a quiet year so far for Alexa Chung who has been busy working on her new fashion label which is set to launch in May.

Last night (March 28) Alexa attended the 2017 Portrait Gala in London wearing a Loewe Fall 2017 gown.

Can an 18th-century off-the-shoulder gown really work on the red carpet?

Yes, I love how the silhouette makes an alluring impression with the bows adding a girlish touch.

Some might say Alexa looks like she playing dressing up in mummy’s clothes with all that’s missing is the oversized shoes, but I love the dreamy nature of this look.

Credit: Vogue.com & Getty