So, it’s a fresh year, which means fresh advertising campaigns, and at the moment it’s the British models and style icons, Poppy Delevigne and Georgia May Jagger, who are being thrust into the limelight with high profile campaigns. The question is, however, which of the two ladies does it best? Here’s a bit more information on the ads to help you choose your face of the SS 13 high street!
Being sister to the supermodel of last year, Cara Delevigne, means that this lady has a lot to live up to in the style stakes, but nonetheless, she never appears to be short of modeling work and has recently been announced as the new face of the high street giants, Vero Moda. As if having to compete with her über successful sister wasn’t enough, becoming the face of Vero Moda also meant that she’s taken the role away from Brit style icon, Alexa Chung — the girl who’s been officially labeled as THE style icon of the year by the British Fashion Council for several years now.
For Vero Moda’s SS 13 campaign, Poppy (below) is seen modeling an array of monochrome, denim and floral pieces, and proving that she’s the kind of girl that can transform the simplest of pieces into a much sought-after outfit.
Georgia May Jagger
Poppy isn't the only Brit style icon making a splash this spring as it's just been reported that the gorgeous Georgia May Jagger is the new face of H&M’s latest campaign, entitled the Rock and Roll Collection. If you ask us, there's no better choice for the role than the daughter of a rock legend, who just so happens to be a flawless model.
Sneaky behind-the-scenes pictures from the campaign shoot that have been surfacing online show her to be channeling that Sixties vibe (complete with a beehive!) with cute little Sixties-inspired mini dresses, and then evoking a rocker edge with a pair of skinnies and a biker jacket. She’s just as stylish offset too, add a biker jacket to her dress below, and voila!, a rock chick’s night out. The collection is set to officially launch in February, so add it to your diaries now!
Images: Vero Moda, Will Alexander/WENN.com