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Online luxury fashion site Net-A-Porter have scooped not one, but two fashion sirens for their spring 2011 magazine.

MTV presenter and trendsetter Alexa Chung and Vogue Japan's Fashion Director at Large and world renowned fashion maverick Anna Dello Russo, will be Net-A-Porter’s first ever celebrity stars in this season’s collections, and it'll also mark the first time that the online magazine will be available in print.

Both women are known around the world for their different styles, which is why they’re perfect for modelling the season’s contrasting trends. Chung captures languid, masculine, distinctive, pretty, cool girl, where as Anna is known for her bold, inimitable and flamboyant dress sense.

We’ve only got our hands on two images, so we can’t wait to see the rest.

The Net-A-Porter magazine is available to purchase on site at a cover price of £7 from 16 February.

Picture credit:Kai Z Feng and Giampaolo Sgura

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