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And now more non-information about Alexa Chung's not-style book. As she told Grazia, "It's not reeeally a style book. See, I think maybe it should be a style book because everyone presumes that it is so I'm missing a trick. I can't really talk about it because...I don't want to talk about it! It's too much pressure. It's like handing in the world's homework and I'm like, 'Oh God, I can't write!'" [Grazia]