This is an old issue but the jeans are really cool they have to be blogged again. This time wearing the shredded, sequined Ralph Lauren jeans (which was actually before Blake Lively) is Alexa Chung. She graced the cover of the March 2010 Vogue UK issue wearing the amazing jeans.
I think these jeans suit both of them well. Both made sure that these jeans stood out, which doesn’t all that much help. Alexa gives them an English/Model-off-Duty look, while Blake’s look was more laid back. I actually didn’t think these were going to be all that versatile. I thought they were more of a dressier pair due to the sequins. But looking at the way they were styled between these two, it shows that they can be dressed up or down. I wonder who we will spot in these next?
Alexa Chung attended the House of Holland – My Beautiful Fashion show held at the Bloomsbury Ballroom in Victoria House in London, England. She was among the front row with Pixie Geldof. Alexa wore a really baggy boyfriend shirt made out of a lght wash denim with a pair of darker denim leggings. I have never understood the whole socks in heels look but I actually think it looks really good on Alexa, she has that edgy/quirky charm and style to pull it off well.
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Madewell recently announced their collaboration with TV Personality, Alexa Chung. Although the collection will not be sold in stores until the fall, it debuted at New York Fashion Week. The collection featured a strong 60s vibe, with high-waisted shorts and coveralls. You can view more photos from the collection by clicking here.
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The former MTV VJ, Alexa Chung has just announced that she will be collaborating with Madewell. She will be releasing a line with the brand, a sister label of J Crew. The line will reflect Chung’s style (since she’s a regular at their Soho store), and include styles like high waisted skinny jeans, adding to the brand’s already popular denim collection. Chung stated that the focus of the line would be ” things you wouldn’t mind getting dirty in and things that I actually wear.” The line will debut this spring through madewell1937.com, which will be the first online opportunity to purchase from Madewell.
“I’m very excited for my first collaboration and thrilled that it’s with Madewell,” says British-bred Chung. “This partnership came together organically and is a great fit as the brand is so classic and really encompasses my style. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed working with the team and I can’t wait for my friends to wear it!”
Alexa’s style is inspiring and inventive, yet unbelievably approachable and down-to-earth,” says Madewell design director Kin Ying Lee. “The way she puts everything together is so spot-on—and so perfectly Madewell. What excited us the most about Alexa is that she has such a clear point of view, and she enthusiastically brings that to the collection.”
I’m sure Alexa’s hipster style will make for quite a unique collection!
Article from WWD.com