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EXCLUSIVE LONDON BOOK SIGNING - Alexa Chung: IT

Tuesday 12th August 2014 12:30 Noon - 2pm The Atrium at Westfield London, Unit 4006, Ariel Way, London, W12 7GF Signing, Free Event

This is your chance to meet Alexa Chung - a 'phenomenon' in the words of Anna Wintour - the model, writer and TV presenter whom the New York Times described as 'the Kate Moss of her generation'.

Alexa's bestselling book IT is a one-off collection of her personal writings, drawings and photographs, covering everything from Alexa's thoughts on life, love and music to how to decide what to wear in the morning, presented from her uber-qualified standpoint as three-time winner of the British Style Award and contributing editor to British Vogue. In this exclusive London appearance to mark the publication of the paperback edition of IT, Alexa will be signing books and meeting her fans in the fashion mecca of Westfield London.

Tickets: SORRY - SOLD OUT


All those who have reserved places and join the queue before 12 noon will be entered into a draw to win a signed and framed original illustration by Alexa Chung. The winner will be selected by Alexa at 12.30 pm.

The first 25 people in the queue will receive a limited edition Alexa Chung totebag and set of postcards.

 

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