Alexa Chung wears many hats. In her 31 years, she's been a model, a television personality, an author, and a street-style
fixture. She has a very unique set of skills, which include but are not limited to bringing back cast-off trends
and making her signature cat-eye
look impossibly easy to recreate at home. However, there's one title her followers have been anxiously waiting for: designer.
She knows we've been on the lookout; she's even teased us
with the possibility of a Chung-inspired line. Now, it's finally happening: The British style icon collaborated with AG Jeans
on a 20-piece capsule collection that brings her retro influences to life.
Chung told The Telegraph
that "[t]he collection is inherently the missing pieces of my dream denim wardrobe, which, as ever, is predominantly inspired by a late 60s, early 70s aesthetic." Chung herself modeled the lookbook, which has a dreamy, California feel to it. To accompany the collection, Alexa tapped fellow cool-kids-club members Gia Coppola and Dev Hynes to respectively direct and produce her karaoke rendition of "Blue Denim."
Just when we thought Alexa couldn't get any cooler, there she goes, covering a Stevie Nicks song to promote her new line of jeans.
Get a step closer to
dressing like Alexa Chung by shopping straight out of the AG Jeans lookbook. You'll never look at overalls the same way again.
Like this post? There's more. Get tons of style secrets, insider shopping dish, fashion news, and more on the Refinery29 Fashion Facebook page!