While Chung's collaboration with the high-end denim brand hasn't gotten quite as much publicity as her Madewell outing, it's just as good. In fact, it might be better. The majority of the collection is made up, unsurprisingly, of denim, and includes short dresses, a great mini skirt, vintage-inspired high-waisted jeans, shorts that look like the ones she used to wear all the time, the chicest overalls ever and a few easy t-shirts and sweatshirts.
Because she's Alexa Chung, she designed the range with a late '60s/early '70s aesthetic in mind, and the reason it all looks so great is because Chung clearly designed everything for herself. Often times, when a celebrity does a clothing line and wears it in public every now and then, you can tell she's only wearing it to promote it and drive sales (cough, Kardashian Kollection, cough). If Alexa Chung wore something from this collection, we probably wouldn't notice because every piece looks like something that could already be in her wardrobe.
Given that a lot of people (myself included) want to dress like her, this collection could be a hit. So, we compiled a complete list of where to find it — both on and offline. Fortunately, AG is selling the collection through a number of retail partners here and abroad, so chances are, if you act quickly, you'll be able to score your favorite piece somewhere. Read on for the list and to browse the full collection (with prices).
Available Jan. 20 at U.S. Retailers (Brick and mortar stores with e-commerce will also sell the collection online):
AGJeans.com and AG stores
Available Jan. 15 at European sites that ship to U.S.: