It's going to be all about Alexa

Last updated 07:41 12/06/2013
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IT GIRL AND AUTHOR: Alexa Chung is writing and illustrating a guide to life.

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British style maven and It girl Alexa Chung is writing a guide to life - and naturally, it's going to be called It.

The highly-anticipated book features her inspirations and musings, along with a collection of her favourite photographs and drawings.

"I'm writing, I'm drawing and I'm taking photographs," she previously told Vogue.co.uk.

"It's definitely not an autobiography, but it's me writing so in a way it probably will have that element."

Among the pictures and self-taken snaps will be general thoughts on life, details of her favourite looks and tips on what to wear in the mornings.

Chung, 29, started modelling as a teenager but quit after becoming disillusioned with the industry. She moved into TV presenting and has become a muse to designers such as French label Maje and British luxury handbag brand Mulberry.

Despite her obvious knack for fashion Chung believes her real talent is art.

"Drawing is probably the main, number one thing I can do - that I'm best at," she explained.

"It makes sense; if I can get dressed well, then that's what I'm good at: visuals. Putting things next to things."

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