Alexa Chung In Vilshenko – Nails Inc: The Alexa Editions Launch

Alexa Chung In Vilshenko -  Nails Inc The Alexa Editions Launch

Alexa Chung attended a photocall to launch Nails Inc: The Alexa Editions held at Selfridges on Thursday (November 20) in London, England.

Working a chic folkloric look, the TV presenter wore a look from Florence Welch’s favourite brand, Vilshenko.

Her easy wear Resort 2015 ensemble, which features a colourful embroidered top and sophisticated pair of culottes, is one of my favourite looks from Alexa yet.

Simple, chic, yet allowing her playful personality to shine through. I’m really enjoying this new phase in her red carpet chapter.

Effortless styling incorporated simple yet complementary pumps and a few rings, with a coral lip and double braids rounding out what I believe to be a BDOTW-worthy look.

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Who Wore Valentino Better…Jena Malone or Alexa Chung?

Who Wore Valentino Better Jena Malone or Alexa Chung

Jena Malone was the first to rock the monkey-embroidered Valentino Resort 2015 dress while attending the ‘Inherent Vice’ premiere last month.

Ever the daredevil, she didn’t line the sheer dress, opting to wear a bralet and hot pants, styling the look with a Valentino clutch and navy pumps while giving her new red hair its red carpet debut.

Alexa Chung wore the same dress a few weeks later while attending a dinner party to celebrate Valentino Garavani’s launch of his new book.

While the overall look was much more prim with the dress fully lined, I much prefer Jena’s approach, especially when it came to the styling.


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Alexa Chung In Valentino – Valentino Garavani’s ‘Valentino: At the Emperor’s Table’ Book Launch Dinner Party

Alexa Chung In Valentino - Valentino Garavani's 'Valentino At the Emperor's Table' Book Launch Dinner Party

A dinner party was held at Christie’s in New York City on Saturday (November 8) to celebrate Valentino Garavani ‘s launch of his new book, ‘Valentino: At the Emperor’s Table’, hosted by Giancarlo Giammetti, Laura Paulson and Pedro Girao.

Alexa Chung was in attendance wearing a Valentino Resort 2015 short-sleeved dress with a lace overlay embroidered with colourful monkeys, which she styled with Louboutin pumps with a feisty studded toecap and a Marc Cross top-handle bag.

This is yet another ladylike offering which is worthy of admiration. The embroidery still hints at her cheeky side, while the styling showcases how much her style has evolved.

Can you not get that monkey off your back; are you having a case of deja vu? That’s because you may remember that Jena Malone wore this same dress sans lining last month.

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Alexa Chung In Burberry Prorsum – Out In New York City

Alexa Chung In Burberry Prorsum - Out In New York City

Alexa Chung was spotted out and about in New York City on Monday (November 3) prior to the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards.

In a recent interview Alexa revealed that she was surprised her hairstyle became such a hit with fans, requested at salons all over the globe. “[It’s down to] laziness and lack of access to my hairstylist, George Northwood, who’s in London. I was travelling so much, he’d do these ‘future cuts’ – layers that’d look good if they grew out”, she said.

Alexa served up a luxe Fall look wearing a black pea coat with grey jeans, giving the outfit a punch with leopard ankle boots.

Her Burberry Prorsum Fall 2014 poncho needs no introduction as it has already been worn by several fashionistas including Cara Delevingne, Suki Waterhouse, Olivia Palermo, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Sarah Jessica Parker.

The only surprise here is that Alexa was the last to jump on the Burberry poncho bandwagon.

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Alexa Chung In Stella McCartney – 2014 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards

Alexa Chung In Stella McCartney - 2014 CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund Awards

Alexa Chung attended The 11th Annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards held at Spring Studios on Monday (November 3) in New York City.

The TV presenter wore a Stella McCartney Spring 2015 navy silk dress accented with cut-outs, oversized gold buckles and whipstitch detailing which may not scream glamour, yet the look is feminine and event appropriate.

I love the overall ease and effortlessness of the look and, while I can’t say I am a fan of the pumps, I do love the playful faux-fur Shrimps pink and red furry clutch which injects her fun-loving personality into this look.


You can buy Alexa’s Shrimps Daisy Faux Fur Clutch from

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