Alexa Chung designed a new bag and it’s not what you’ll expect!

Alexandra Hourigan 15 November 2017 NEWS

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Let's be honest? You can never have enough bags and this is one you'll need.

Whether she is starting her own business, taking a slay Instagram photo or legit just being her, anything Alexa Chung does we are down for it. So when she revealed the new bag she designed we were gonna like it regardless. But boy oh boy, we don't just like it. We LOVE it.

The small handbag steps out of the typical black and brown of bags and into this season's super cool gingham trend that we are living for. It features a light blue and white chequered pattern with a small "A" in the corner as a little hello there from the designer herself!


The best part is that the bag is only going to set you back US$30 and all proceeds go to charity! Alexa Chung partnered with American Express to create this masterpiece of fashion and the proceeds will be going towards Sarabande, the charitable foundation established by Lee Alexander McQueen. Alexa outlines how she wants to help support young British creatives and products as she herself is a "British-made product".

The print definitely comes in time for Australia's warmer season with a totally "straight from the picnic" vibe to it that we are definitely enjoying. It outlines exactly what we love about the brand as it's fun, a little different creative but also classic. The bag is already available to purchase from Alexa Chung's website and they do offer shipping to Australia, so what are you waiting for?

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