This week it was announced that model Alexa Chung will be launching her own collection. After several collabs with brands such as AG Jeans and Marks & Spencer she decided it’s time to do something by herself. What the collection is going to look like is still a mystery. But let’s have a look at some of Alexa’s best fashion moments throughout the years. There’s a rather big chance she will remain loyal to her own style while designing. So hopefully we’ll be wearing some of those classy high waisted Chung jeans in the near future.

Preppy A-line dresses

Alexa Chung’s signature style is certainly defined by preppy A-line dresses. And from time to time she also likes to alternate with A-line skirts (mostly in denim). Personally we’re not the biggest fans of this shape of clothes. But with that body she just gets away with everything.

Anyway, preppy seems to be her thing but we hope there won’t be to much of it in her own collection. Not because we don’t like it on her, we just don’t like it on most people.

Respecting the British heritage

EnfntsTerribles_AlexaChung_6Miss Chung never backs down of adding a bit of British heritage into the way she dresses. Whether it’s a touch of 80’s punk or the Queen Victoria inspired lace look.

High waisted jeans

EnfntsTerribles_AlexaChung_5Last year she designed some pretty nice high waisted cropped jeans for Adriano Goldschmied. At that time it was exactly what we were looking for since most denim brands are behind on trends anyway. So we’re hoping she still has a few blue ideas in store for us. After years filled with low waisted skinny and oversized boyfriend jeans this was really a breath of fresh air.

When she forgot how she usually dresses

EnfntsTerribles_AlexaChung_4Everyone has those moments you want to try on something slightly different. Not that this look isn’t Alexa. It just seems to be a bit less French-chique vs Alterno-Londen. And she looks damn good with those cream and khaki colors! We want to see her in these combinations more often, how about you guys?

Photo credits: Glamour, Le 21ième, CollageVintage