Alexa Chung Teams Up With Superga on Chunky Sneakers With Luxe Vibes for Fall

After the success of her spring ’18 Superga collaboration, Alexa Chung is back with a new capsule collection for fall — and it’s got some edge.

The designer put a fresh spin on the Alpina lug sole, a historical style that has its heritage in the Superga sports training styles.

alexachung x superga fall 2018 campaign
Alexachung x Superga fall ’18.
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The cloglike kicks feature buckle closures and come in fall-ready materials like patent leather and velvet.

Chunky soles play a major role in the collection, appearing on both booties and sneakers.

Alexachung x Superga fall '18 Velvet Alpina.
Alexachung x Superga fall ’18 Velvet Alpina.
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Chung also took inspiration from bowling shoes for the new range, with the Cotleabrush style featuring a two-tone colorway and a vulcanized rubber sole.

Alexachung x Superga fall '18 Cotleabrush.
Alexachung x Superga fall ’18 Cotleabrush.
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“I really enjoyed creating for the brand and adding a piece of myself into the designs. I hope that everyone loves them as much as I enjoyed making them,” she said of the new collection.

The 34-year-old British influencer’s eponymous label, Alexachung, won the 2017 FN Achievement Award for Launch of the Year.

Alexachung x Superga fall 2018.
Alexachung x Superga fall ’18.
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The fall collection offers insights on styling the Italian brand’s shoes for colder weather, introducing fabrics like velvet and suede that offer additional warmth.

The full Alexachung x Superga capsule collection is available to shop now at Superga.co.uk/alexachung. Prices range from $79 for the 2292 Alexachung Cothook — a white sneaker with a mule-style back — to $179 for velvet Alpina booties.

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