Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Alexa Chung In Carven - It Book Launch Party

Alexa Chung attended the launch of her first book ‘It’ at Liberty in London yesterday evening.

The book, which is a collection of personal insights into her fashion influences, style tips, drawings and photographs, is released today.

Continuing her love for French dressing of the Carven kind, the author wore an off-the-shoulder combo dress featuring a blue lace scalloped-neckline bodice, circular flounce and a chocolate-brown full skirt from the brand’s Resort 2014 collection.

I am not a fan of the shoes, but then I don’t think I have ever liked Alexa’s footwear choices; however, I do love the retro appeal of her Dolce & Gabbana ‘Agata’ handbag, simple updo and flawless makeup.

Many of you disliked her GQ Awards Carven look, so do you prefer this look?

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You can buy Alexa’s first book ‘It’ from Amazon.

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Alexa Chung In Carven - GQ Men of the Year Awards

Alexa Chung took to the red carpet at The Royal Opera House in London this evening for the 2013 GQ Men Of The Year Awards.

The British star wore a Carven Fall 2013 long-sleeved metallic faille top and matching skirt in a light-blue hue, which she disappointingly, but not surprisingly, styled with black pumps.

My favourite part of this look is her Chanel Perspex chain-accented clutch in the shape of a Chanel No. 5 bottle from the Resort 2014 collection.

Normally one to scream for a pop of colour, I think the red lips are too stark for this look on this occasion.

Do you agree?

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Alexa Chung In Kenzo - Out In New York City

Alexa Chung was spotted leaving a hotel in New York City on Friday afternoon en route to a meeting in the city.

The TV presenter could have been headed to a meeting with Max and Nina Leykind – founders of Eyeko – who recently signed the British star to collaborate on their mascara and eyeliner brand, which is due to launch in Selfridges this November, with a US debut at Sephora slated for 2014.

Alexa wore a pretty feminine Kenzo multi-coloured floral embroidered peplum dress which she styled with a black shoulder bag and terracotta sandals while carrying her iPhone covered with an Orla Kiely case.

What I love about this look is how the colours really pop against the black background, the effortless styling and chic updo.

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You can buy Alexa’s Kenzo dress from Stylebop.com US and Stylebop.com UK.

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Who Wore Valentino Better Alexa Chung or Fan Bingbing

Back in November, Alexa Chung attended Day Two of the-miumiu-london women’s club at the Cafe Royal in London dressed in a sweet Valentino Resort 2013 lime-green dress with a frilly white top accented with a black bow belt and styled with black accessories including an Anya Hindmarch ‘Bathurst’ bag.

Just last month Fan Bingbing opted to wear the same dress in pink to a press conference for her latest movie, ‘One Night Surprise’, styling the look with nude platform peep-toes and a pink flower ring.

While I am not a fan of either shoe choice, Alexa is my favourite here – not only because I prefer the green over the pink, but also because I prefer the way she styled the look.

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Valentino DressStylebop US and Stylebop UK.
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Who Wore RED Valentino Better Alexa Chung or Audrey Tautou

Back in February, Alexa Chung wore a girly RED Valentino daisy-print dress when she attended the 2013 Grammy Awards.

Her dress, which didn’t feel quite right for the event, was styled with Valentino sparkling silver ankle-strap pumps, with a touch of red lippie adding some life to the rather casual look.

Audrey Tautou wore the same frock when she was unveiled as the mistress of ceremonies for the 2013 Cannes Film Festival last month.

Her nude pumps may not have been as inspiring as Alexa’s sparklers but her dress felt much more event appropriate.

For her shoe choice and overall styling, I do prefer this dress on Alexa, even though it doesn’t exactly scream Grammys – but not everyone has to wear a meat dress or one slashed to the hipbone to stand out at the event.

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