Alexa Chung Is Back With A New Collab

    She teamed up with Marks & Spencer to create a very vintage, very British-inspired collection

    by Jenna Igneri · April 15, 2016

    Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images.

    When it comes to fashion collaborations, Alexa Chung knows what she’s doing. Her past collections for Madewell and AG Jeans were both wildly successful, and now Chung is back with a new collab, going back to her British roots. She teamed up with U.K.-based retailer Marks & Spencer to create a 31-piece line inspired by vintage pieces from the brand’s archives, fittingly called Archive by Alexa Chung.

    From silky slip dresses to trench coats to sleek Chelsea boots, Archive by Alexa has you covered this spring with Chung’s modern take on retro silhouettes. The best part? The majority of the pieces are under $100, making the collection quite the steal.

    “I’ve always had an affection for Marks & Spencer, so I’m thrilled to be a part of this unique project. There was something very touching about looking back through British history of which Marks & Spencer is synonymous,” Chung said in a statement. 

    Fear not, those of us on the other side of the pond can purchase online.

    Click through the gallery to take a closer look at the must-have pieces from the collection.

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