Alexa Chung's best outfits at London Fashion Week

A firm fixture on the London Fashion Week scene, Alexa Chung has become one of the most-watched fashionistas on the front rows of major shows including Topshop, House of Holland and Burberry. This season, fans haven't been disappointed – the star has once again upped the style stakes as she hit the catwalk shows.


Alexa Chung at Topshop

Renowned for her effortlessly cool approach to high fashion, Alexa turned heads as she joined Anna Wintour and Cressida Bonas on the front row of Topshop's Spring/Summer 2016 show.

The 31-year-old showed how to dress for the in-between British weather in an elegant navy blue jumpsuit with long sleeves and a belted bow detail on the waist. Opting for a minimalist look, the star accessorised simply with a black cross body bag and matching loafers which featured a gold buckle.

To complement her outfit, Alexa kept her hair and beauty simple, wearing her brunette bob down in chic waves and keeping her make-up to a bare minimum save for black winged eyeliner.

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Alexa also turned heads at the Louis Vuitton party

It wasn’t just on the Topshop front row that saw Alexa topping best-dressed lists. The former TV presenter channelled Parisian chic as she hit Louis Vuitton's star-studded LFW bash on Sunday. Joining stars including Selena Gomez, Michelle Williams and Cara Delevingne, Alexa turned heads in a striking striped shirt dress that showed off her enviably toned legs.

Accessorising with a chic thin yellow belt and black ankle boots, Alexa was dazzling as she mingled with guests including Lily Donaldson and Clemence Poesy.

Even when she wasn't attending shows, Alexa was firmly cementing her style icon status. The model was on fashionable form as she headed to a private dinner hosted by, rocking a long navy blue dress with white button detailing. Sticking to her minimalist looks, Alexa accessorised simply with a pair of black strappy stilettos, and a dazzling gold bracelet.

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