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
It seems like everyone who’s anyone is at Haute Couture Fashion Week.Bella Hadid, Alexa Chung and Marion Cotillard are just some of the celebrities who have been taking in sartorial creations from the likes of Chanel, Dior and Ralph & Russo in Paris this week.Christian Dior’s after-party played host to British actress Gemma Arterton, model Winnie Harlow, street style icon Chiara Ferragni, Bella Hadid and Alexa Chung. Naturally, each celebrity was dressed by the French label in an array of new-season garments.The show itself boosted an equally starry guest list. Emily Blunt, Naomi Campbell and Will Smith’s daughter Willow were all sat on the front row.Over at the Chanel show, Rita Ora and Marion Cotillard were photographed in gear created by the brand’s creative director, Karl Lagerfeld.Elsewhere, Marion turned up again at Georgio Armani (dressed down this time in jeans and a leather jacket) along with Diane Kruger.But it’s been Olivia Palermo who has popped up at the most shows. The ‘It’ girl, who rose to fame on US reality show ‘The City’ worked a printed midi dress at the Giambattista Valli show, ripped jeans at the Georgio Armani show, a red tailored suit at Dior and a monochrome get-up at Ralph & Russo.Scroll to see all the famous faces photographed at this season’s Haute Couture Fashion Week.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Kaia Gerber makes her debut at Haute Couture Fashion Week Fashion designer faces backlash over racist slurThe Dior show make-up will make you double take
Over the years, H&M’s collaborated with the likes Kenzo, Balmain, Karl Lagerfeld and Stella McCartney. But this year, it’s Erdem’s turn.The high street favourite has joined forces with the British label, loved by the likes of the Duchess of Cambridge and Alexa Chung, and crafted a floral-infused collection that’s *almost* affordable.Dresses from the H&M x Erdem range come in at around the £120 mark and a coat will set you back around £150, while a top is nearer £50. You can view the top picks from the collection here.But while we all have to wait until 2 November to get our hands on the pieces we’ve been lusting after, a handful of A-listers are lucky enough to already own a piece or two – as they demonstrated at an exclusive gathering in LA last night.The celebrity guest list boasted actress Kate Bosworth, Zendaya, newly engaged Kate Mara, Kirsten Dunst, Selma Blair, director Baz Luhrman and Alexa Chung, among others.Scroll on to see which looks each celebrity wore to wear…Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:The fashion collaborations on our radar this seasonThe most popular fashion trends of 2017What to buy from the Erdem x H&M collaboration
Haute Couture Fashion Week began in Paris on Sunday with a whole host of A-list attendees. For the Miu Miu cruise collection show, Miuccia Prada reprised her globe-hopping pop-up Miu Miu Club at the Automobile Club de France with new-gen supers such as Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid modelling the brand’s wares on the runway.The FROW was equally impressive: Cool girl Alexa Chung was joined by Hollywood’s current darling, Elle Fanning, Milla Jovovich and ‘Game of Thrones’ star Gwendoline Christie.Over at the Rodarte show, held amid the cloisters of a 17th-century Parisian abbey, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar winner Brie Larson were VIP guests. Diana Ross’ daughter, actress Tracee Ellis Ross, was also in attendance.Schiaparelli’s front row was equally starry with Pixie Lott (who attended with husband Oliver Cheshire) and US style icon Olivia Palermo sat centre stage.But it was Dior’s show that amassed the largest celebrity audience. Jennifer Lawrence and Natalie Portman, both Dior ambassadors, put in an appearance, along with Karlie Kloss, Celine Dion, model Winnie Harlow, Kirsten Dunst and Elizabeth Olsen.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Cara Delevingne paints her shaved head silver for the Met GalaThe celebrity tattoo guide: Skin art to get inspired by Cara Delevingne hits back at claims she was ‘too bloated’ for Victoria’s Secret show
The Duchess of Cambridge’s second National Portrait Gallery gala was a star-studded one. The stylish royal was joined by a host of famous faces including Alexa Chung and one of Kate’s favourite designers, Erdem Moralioglu.Kate chose a classic green lace gown by Temperley London for the occasion. The bespoke design appears to be a combination of two of the brand’s bestselling dresses: the Cleo and Ariel.This is actually the second time the Duchess has donned the look although we only got a glimpse of it through a car window last year on the way to the Queen’s 90th birthday dinner.She amped up the ensemble with gold accessories including a glitter clutch by Wilbur and Gussie (still available for £195) and metallic strappy sandals by Jimmy Choo.Kate’s hair was worn down in its usual royal waves with a pair of stone drop earrings adding the finishing touch.The Duchess has been a patron of the institution since 2012. During last night’s gala, she visited the gallery and took a look at the latest exhibitions along with bumping into a few of Prince George’s future classmates.This year’s event focused on raising funds for Coming Home: an initiative that assists with the return of famous personalities’ portraits to various historical places.It has also been announced that Kate will take a one-day tour of Luxembourg in May to celebrate the commemoration of the Treaty of London. Unlike most other royal tours, the Duchess will be visiting the country solo.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:15 of the most expensive things the Duchess of Cambridge has ever wornThe Duchess of Cambridge admits she struggles with motherhood
This affordable flute-sleeved jumper has been seen on all the top style bloggers who have been praising the knit for its wearability factor. It’s not the first time Marks and Spencer have caused fashion chaos. The high street brand has also seen an uptake in sales after partnering with style maven Alexa Chung on a sell-out (yet still purse-friendly collaboration).
Alexa Chung is the ultimate British style icon. From her knack for pairing Converse with mega expensive gowns to her perfectly styled bob, every look she steps out in is pure style gold. Seriously, who else could make Chanel couture look somewhat casual?As the model, presenter and designer turns 32, we celebrate her sartorial history with 32 of the best outfits she has sported over the years.21 outfits that prove just how slick a 21-year-old Kendall Jenner isWho wore it better? Celebrities that’ve stepped out in the same outfit
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, Amber Rose, Demi Lovato, and Carrie Underwood 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:The 6 Best No Makeup Moments of 2016Woman Shares Makeup-Free Selfie to ‘Imagine a World Where We Grow Up Believing We’re Enough’Celebs and Models Go Makeup Free for the Holidays
It’s that time of year again: Fashion month. For the next four weeks, the world’s hottest designers, models and fashionistas will be taking to New York, then London, then Milan and finally Paris to show the world what we’ll all be wearing next year. But it’s not just about the action on the catwalk; celebrities from all walks of life will no doubt be sat on the front row (FROW) taking in the upcoming trends. Follow us on Twitter at @YahooStyleUK for all the live Fashion Week updates. The Most WTF Moments From Fashion Week Over The Years21 Fashion Week Worthy Buys To Invest In Now
The best 2016 collaborations are definitely still to come. Fashion Week has just debuted collections from Gigi Hadid x Tommy Hilfiger and Christopher Kane x Crocs (yes, really). Meanwhile, due to popular demand Alexa Chung is set to release a second range with M&S. Plus, the struggle to get our hands on Rihanna x Puma is still SO real. Here are all the upcoming collabs you need to know about…
As the saying goes, ‘good things come in pairs’ and double the fashion is always double the fun. Whether #twinning in style, or complete opposites, friends who slay together stay together. Here are 7 stylish friendships duos like no other:
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