Alexa Chung said CeraVe Face Moisturising lotion helped her complexion after her skin went "haywire."
"I don't want to belong to any club that would accept me as a member, but here I am #endometriosisclub."
Alexa Chung has announced she is launching her own YouTube channel prompting an outburst of excitement from fans.
Alexa Chung has partnered with Barbour to design a collection for the British heritage brand just in time for festival season. Chung, who runs her own eponymous label, has been an avid supporter of Barbour for some time, having worn the label’s signature bottle green jackets with aplomb at several Glastonbury Festivals over the years. The It author revealed she relished in the opportunity to delve into the 125-year-old brand’s archive to find inspiration for her collection.
Back at London Fashion Week in September when the models at Alexa Chung’s spring/summer 2019 show took to the runway wearing a variety of ochre-hued jelly shoes, I felt torn. On the one hand, jelly shoes hold a very special place in my heart. The pair of sparkly pink ones I owned when I was five, purchased from the beach shop in Devon where we got our buckets and spades, were quite probably the first pair of shoes I truly loved.
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Several stars, including Amy Schumer, are pushing Ivanka Trump — who follows them on Instagram — to do more about family separations.
It’s that time of year again, as Hollywood’s leading names bring their sartorial A game to the red carpet in the midst of awards season.But it wasn’t just the 60th annual Grammy Awards which graced the headlines, as Alexa Chung‘s ‘It’ pack was out in full force to celebrate the fashion muse’s latest collection.Held in Hackney’s famous Moth Club, the Brit-pop inspired evening drew the likes of Lara Mullen, Pixie Geldof and Laura Jackson.While on the other side of town, model of the moment Lottie Moss celebrated London club Bunga Bunga’s first birthday.From Alexa Chung’s highly-coveted corduroy trousers to Lana Del Ray’s angelic aesthetic, here’s who wore what this week.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Best dressed duo: Celebrity couples on the red carpetThe fiercest fashion from the Black Panther film premiereSolidarity at the BAFTAs: Women set to dress in black as part of the Time’s Up movement
Super glam, bright, statement makeup might be great for the red carpet or while on stage, but sometimes our favorite stars look their best without a drop of makeup. Thanks to Instagram and the #nomakeupselfie, we’re getting a front row seat to see more and more celebs go totally barefaced. Most recently, Dakota Johnson, Gwen Stefani, and Cameron Diaz joined the no-makeup selfie club, and we rounded up their photos to show you just how good a celeb make-under can be. Related:Miley Cyrus Shows Us How to Rock Short BraidsHow Sofia Vergara Preps for the EmmysLady Gaga’s Hair Bleaching Tutorial