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BRAND IN FOCUS // ALEXACHUNG by Alexa Chung

Having always been a fan of Alexa Chung’s style (since waaaaay back the golden ages of the T4 days), I was looking forward to the launch of her own fashion label, ALEXACHUNG. Alexa, is of course no stranger to fashion design, with a decade of experience to her name, for brands such as MADEWELL, Superga and Marks & Spencer. But this is the first time we can really see what Alexa wants us to wear – the ‘proper’ designs and concepts by Alexa herself. And having looked at her 150 piece range, I can confirm that “its sooooo Alexa“. You can see that Alexa is heavily influenced by her favourite cities (New York & Paris) with an added bit of her wicked British humour to boot.

Shop my favourite pieces that have so far launched from the debut ALEXACHUNG collection below and via the NEVER CONCISE SHOP.

 

Tiered Garden Dress
CLICK TO BUY >> Tiered Garden Dress // £565.00
George Sweatshirt
CLICK TO BUY >> George Sweatshirt // £175.00
Kick Flare Jeans
CLICK TO BUY >> Kick Flare Jeans // £230.00
 Zip Front Dungarees
CLICK TO BUY >> Zip Front Dungarees // £300.00
 I LOVE YOU, I HATE YOU T-SHIRT
COMING SOON >> I LOVE YOU, I HATE YOU T-SHIRT // £95.00
Platform Clogs
COMING SOON >> Platform Clogs // £300.00

MORE ABOUT // ALEXA CHUNG

ALEXACHUNG  returned from New York this year to creatively direct a business distinctively tied to her British roots.
At the heart of the brand, Alexa’s vision: to create clothes that people want to wear. Combining Parisian chic with a New York edge, as well as the very British sense of humour, it is inspired by everything from Jane Birkin’s insouciance to David Hockney’s stripy sweater.

ALEXACHUNG prides itself on its unique approach to making clothes, combining distinctive fabrics and prints with classic tailoring alongside more feminine designs. The result is a carefully considered, alluring combination of prim, racy and rock ‘n’ roll, where frivolous party pieces interact with grown-up tailoring and classic silhouettes.

ALEXACHUNG will produce four in-season collections per year internationally, with stockists in over fifteen countries.