British beauty Alexa Chung has revealed she’s used fashion to change how she’s perceived.
The 35-year-old star – who launched her eponymous fashion brand in 2016 – revealed she has a desire to communicate with other people and that she thinks her personal style is one way she can express her own identity.
Alexa shared, according to MailOnline: “I know now that I’m driven by a desire to communicate and to have an emotional connection with other people.
“Now more than ever there’s a growing space for people to tell their own stories and a need for them to do so.
“I have always dressed to express myself or to alter how other people may have chosen to perceive me.”
Earlier this year, Alexa revealed she takes style guidance from Chloe Sevigny.
The TV presenter-turned-designer think it’s “nice” that she’s still regarded as a fashion icon, but Alexa admitted she finds it “comforting” to look to older stars, such as the 44-year-old actress, to give her some style inspiration.
She said: “It’s nice to hear that I’ve made it past 25 and people still sometimes think I look alright.
“And also I look to other people’s style too, you know.
“I think it’s comforting to have someone a few years ahead of you and still trying to get away with hot pants. I look at pictures of Chloe Sevigny and think, ‘Right, OK, so we can still do this.’”