On Thursday night, just before London Fashion Week kicked off, Alexa Chung celebrated her collaboration with Marks and Spencer with a star-studded party.
The 32-year-old model, presenter and Vogue contributing editor, presented ‘Archive by Alexa’, a line composed by items inspired by the classic designs of the high-street retailer: ’31 pieces from the Marks and Spencer company archive brought back to life with a modern spin’. And giving an exclusive first glimpse at the party, it’s easy to spot many pieces inspired by the 1950s/1960s.
The collection will include dresses, skirts, trench coats and more, not forgetting the androgynous looks that create Chung’s signature style.
With a price range from £19.50 to £89 and updated vintage designs, M&S aims to attract more customers, of all ages.
Wearing a white ruffled shirt and a khaki mac from the line, Chung said: ‘I have always had an affection for Marks and Spencer. I am thrilled to be part of this special and unique project’.
For the entire collection we’ll have to wait until 13 April, when it will be available in store and online.