The British born TV presenter, model, part-time DJ and contributing editor, Alexa Chung, was recently in Australia for this month’s 30 Days of Fashion, and as always was a perfect vision of anything but ordinary. On stage with fellow ambassadors, Alyssa Sutherland, Sarah Stephens and Heidi Harrington-Johnson, Alexa proved, even amidst the figure hugging outfits and skyscraper heels, her, ‘out-side the box,’ personal style, which has helped her grace the top of numerous best dressed lists, has unique attention grabbing qualities and serious fashion pull.
Known for her choppy mid-length do, ‘60s inspired influence, peter pan collars, black tights and impressive array of ballet flats, Alexa’s style is part vintage, part high fashion and 100% unique. It is her ability to create that perfect mix with the added elements of quirk and quaint, however, that makes her look so coveted.
Vogue’s Anna Wintour, labeled her, ”A phenomenon,” and The New York Times declared her, ”The Kate Moss of the new generation,” Alexa Chung is pushing fashion boundaries and developing a distinctive style along the way.
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