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Well there’s a question we never thought we’d pose. But here we are, comparing the two ladies in the season’s latest weird trend: A statement necklace worn as a shirt.
How fitting for Georgia May Jagger to have paraded down Alexander Wang’s spring runway wearing a sweatshirt emblazoned with a Parental Advisory label. After all, her father is the Mick Jagger, and she’s inherited his trademark pout, supreme personal style, wicked sense of humor, and knack for being a little mischievous.
Further proof Georgia May Jagger will never be “a weird old woman with scary teeth.“
Georgia May Jagger was just sweet sixteen when she was first snapped up by Hudson Jeans, and if we’ve learned anything from watching her smize while wrapped in a Union Jack flag, it’s a relationship that’s still going strong four years later.
The Union Jack may be Hudson Jeans’ emblem, but there’s another reason we get our kicks watching Georgia May Jagger romp around wrapped in the national flag of the U.K.: her father, Sir Mick Jagger, did the exact same thing over 30 years ago during the encore at The Rolling Stones’ famous JFK stadium show in Philly. And so the saying goes, like father, like daughter…
We’re not proud of being tempted to launch a diatribe against a bunch of 12-year-olds, but when they take to Instagram to criticize Georgia May Jagger’s gap-toothed grin, we get a little prickly. In an interview with Net-a-Porter’s The Edit, the model gets candid about her signature pearly whites, sharing some adorably misguided insecurity
At a wise 21-years-old, Georgia May Jagger does not cease to amaze us with her fashion wherewithal, overall beauty, and the head about her shoulders.
We don’t totally buy that the ladies of the night trolling the streets of Paris are buying their lingerie at Louis Vuitton, but a new promotional film for the brand’s Fall / Winter 2013 collection seems to indicate so.
Brave New World meets the Wild West in a new line of jeans by Wrangler, slated to be available for purchase via ASOS come January 28. Lizzie Jagger appears as the face of the campaign, which professes to add an interesting beauty benefit to America’s favorite pair of pants.
As the daughter of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall, it’s only fitting that rock royalty Georgia May Jagger fronts H&M‘s newest Rock ’n’ Roll Mansion collection.
Last night, British Vogue hosted a soiree in association with Vertu to kick off the Vogue Festival. What is the Vogue Festival, you ask? Well, according to the website, it’s “a unique event where you can see and hear some of the biggest names in the fashion industry, including international designers, models, photographers, broadcasters and journalists.” Translation: panel discussions, parties, and pretty, pretty people.
Red carpets are usually reserved for actors and actresses, but during fashion week, all bets are off! Last night’s carpet (which was, it should be noted, black) for Moet & Chandon’s Etoile Award Gala and Ceremony featured a host of catwalk stunners including Kate Moss, Joan Smalls, Candice Swanepoel, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. But which one pulled off the black and white dress code best?
Harper’s Bazaar is cashing in on Thatcher-mania with a Terry Richardson-shot editorial featuring bombshell Georgia May Jagger.
Mascara ads have always mystified us. Can the product in question really give you such exaggerated results without looking clumpy and gross? Rimmel has proven that no, their mascara can’t. But they’d like you to think otherwise, which is why they outfitted Georgia May Jagger in a lush pair of falsies for their most recent advertising campaign.
We’ve always thought ourselves pretty productives member of society — a Puritan work ethic and all of that. But Karl Lagerfeld just makes us feel like total sloths. We’ve barely had a week to collect our drool from the covetable St. Tropez parade that was his Cruise collection and the man has already shot the accompanying advertising campaign. Does he ever sleep?
The product of Karl’s genius resulted in a film short, a star-studded runway show, and a lightweight, floral, 70s style and St. Tropez-inspired collection. Hide your credit card bills from Rodger, Rachel Zoe, there are some caftans with your name on them.
Karl Lagerfeld is nothing if not a genius at generating buzz and — with his models set to storm the runways of St. Tropez in a matter of hours — the rumors certainly are swirling. Unfortunately, we can’t confirm or deny any of it, because sadly — very, very sadly — our invitation to frolic with the Kaiser in the south of France seems to have gotten lost in the mail. Oh, what we would all give to be lounging on a monogrammed Chanel towel, drinking champagne beach side. Instead we’re stuck here in New York, left to live vicariously through photo-blogger Garance Dore’s insanely enviable snaps from last night’s pre-party.
Why stop after one? For the second season in a row, Georgia May Jagger, daughter of Rolling Stone Mick and fashion icon Jerry Hall, will be the face of Hudson Jeans.