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Alexa Chung's Final Collection for AG Includes Feminist T-Shirts

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Alexa Chung's collaboration with AG Jeans is wrapping up with a final fall collection that is inspired by Chung's idea of an intrepid girl gang, according to the launch site. "I don't know where they came from, I'm not sure where they're going... but this is what they're wearing," the description reads.

As it turns out, that's not easy to translate into commercial clothing. "It was hard to find the same type of gang imagery in women's street style," Chung told Refinery29. "So it's actually less about the idea of a gang and more that attitude, toughness, and personalization of jeans and jean jackets that I took inspiration from. I thought it would be cool to make a collection for a badass gaggle of female reprobates, drawing from menswear."

The results include a "FEMINIST" graphic t-shirt, a "Sacred Monster" long-sleeved tee, and plenty of denim (including a particularly Alexa-y denim jumpsuit). The entire collection goes on sale tomorrow, July 23rd.