Alexa chung dating dev hynes
Alexa Chung joined some of her most fashionable friends last night for an exclusive party held at New York’s Museum of Modern Art (Mo MA).
The TV host, dressed in a white top, black dress and fluffy blue coat by Philosophy Di Alberta Ferretti, rubbed shoulders with the likes of Atlanta de Cadenet-Taylor, musician Dev Hynes and Harley Viera-Newton – who also hit the decks to spin some party tunes for the well-heeled crowd.
Visual Arts I just went to see the Dennis Hopper photography exhibition at the Royal Academy of Art. My friend Dev Hynes did the soundtrack and performed it live at the screening.The images are beautiful and range from pictures he took of Jane Fonda larking around with a bow and arrow to stark photographs of Hells Angels molls. It's a coming-of-age story set in LA based on James Franco's poetry, which sounds questionable but it is very brilliant.It perfectly captures the awkward, fumbling beginnings of teen love.The guests were also treated to a special live performance by singer Solange Knowles, who took to the stage looking as stylish as ever in a monochrome ensemble including a snug jumper, white skirt and two-tone ankle boots.The Armory Party is an annual preview event hosted by the museum in NYC as an art fair devoted to the most important pieces of the 20th and 21st centuries.
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