Alexa Chung Launches A Fashion App, Adding Tech Entrepreneur To Her Impressively Long Resume
Because she doesn't do enough amazing things already, according to Elle, Alexa Chung launched an app, and it's going to make shopping way more fun (did you think that was even possible?). Seriously, she now has the most diverse resume ever.
Since we all can't seem to get enough of the Brit's signature style, she went and co-founded a fashion app that's going to put us on the right track when it comes to shopping for cool girl clothes. The app, called "Villoid," basically sounds like an edgy version of Pinterest, minus the food/home decor/"future weddings"/or inspirational quotes stuff. As they shop, users can peruse street style photos and mood boards, and if these "street style" photos are anything resembling Alexa's style, I have a feeling there are going to be a lot of full shopping carts.
Much like Pinterest, in addition to creating your own boards, you can also follow other users, so it's merging shopping with social networking. It was only a matter of time.
Though her latest title may be "tech entrepreneur," Chung has worn quite the number of hats in her time. Let's remind ourselves of other things she's done (because she seriously does everything).
I've already said tech entrepreneur, so....
But I mean, when you look like that, this one is an obvious.
Who else loved It's On With Alexa Chung?
She's got serious skillz.
OF COURSE she's written a book. (It; $20.40; target.com).
Chung collaborated on a line for Madewell which was, of course, flawless.
6. Beauty Guru
Alexa partnered with British beauty brand Eyeko for a makeup line, because we all needed to be able to replicate her signature cat-eye. (Line & Enhance; $20; eyeko.com).
You know you're amazing when you end up as a muse for Chanel.
OK, seriously, what's next? Chef? A fitness DVD? Circus performer? All of the above?! I wouldn't put it past the highly talented and ambitious Alexa Chung.
Images: Getty Images; Madewell; Longchamp; Eyeko; Target