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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…
On July 5, 1969, Mick Jagger stood on stage in London’s Hyde Park looking like a Shakespearean heroine in a white voile tunic, with bishop sleeves and ruffles at the neck, as he recited verses from Percy Bysshe Shelley’s poem “Adonais” and released 2,500 white butterflies into the crowd. Flash forward 44 years to this past Saturday, where The Rolling Stones returned to Hyde Park, and Jagger took the stage again, this time in an oak-leaf inspired jacket, designed by his girlfriend, L’Wren Scott, who has designed all his looks for the Stones’ 50 & Counting Tour.
Mick Jagger’s first love, Chrissie Shrimpton, was either a hopeless romantic or simply just a madwoman — either way, an anonymous bidder is now the owner of The Rolling Stones frontman’s famous locks.
More often than not, it isn’t too terribly hard to get most magazines to let go of an upcoming cover. So maybe, by refusing to talk about the upcoming and highly anticipated issue of T Magazine, Sally Singer is trying to tell us that it won’t be like most magazines.
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.