Alexa Chung puts on a VERY leggy display in a feathery black miniskirt and ab-flashing crop top as she attends the Vogue World Show
She’s long been known for her distinctive personal style.
And Alexa Chung showed off her expert fashion sense once again on Thursday as she arrived at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane for the Vogue World Show.
The model, 39, pulled out all the stops in a black crop top adorned with feathers that flashed a glimpse of her toned stomach.
She teamed it with a tiny matching miniskirt that showed off her incredibly long legs, which she clad in sheer black tights.
Alexa added an extra few inches to her already towering frame with a pair of shiny black platform high heels.
She added even more drama to the striking ensemble with an elaborate feather headpiece and a pair of sheer black gloves.
She styled her short brunette tresses in loose waves and completed her look with a light palette of make-up to enhance her natural beauty.
After the glitzy fashion event, Alexa attended the afterparty at George Mayfair with her boyfriend Tom Sturridge.
She removed her gloves and headpiece and switched her towering shoes for a pair of more comfortable kitten heels.
Tom looked handsome in a black suit that was adorned with several red gems in the shape of flowers.
Thursday’s event will serve as a fundraiser for Britain’s performing arts industry, with Vogue’s Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour overseeing proceedings.
The first Vogue World event featured a fashion show and street fair when it took place in New York’s meatpacking district in 2021, but the London ceremony is expected to be a grander affair.
The dress code will be Opening Night, with the invitation revealed as a West End stage decorated with by blood-red velvet curtains.
Masterminded by BAFTA and Olivier-winning director Stephen Daldry, show director Emily Burns, and creative producer Fran Miller, along with the Vogue team, the evening will feature a vast array of performing arts.
Guests will watch opera and ballet and theatre at the event which sits at the start of London Fashion Week and acts to unveil and showcase talent.
Contributing designers for the guests and performers include 16Arlington, Ahluwalia, Burberry, Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY, Erdem, Maison Margiela, and SS Daley, among many other fashion giants.
Wintour previously claimed the performing arts industry is ‘under threat” meaning all proceeds from ticket sales will go to a range of theatre companies – among them the National Theatre, Royal Opera House and the Royal Ballet.