She might be the youngest daughter of The Rolling Stones‘ lead singer Mick Jagger and former model Jerry Hall, but Georgia May Jagger is making a name for herself, thanks to a rapidly budding modeling career.
She’s modeled in advertisements for Chanel‘s Cruise 2010/2011 collection, Versace‘s Spring/Summer 2010 campaign, and Rimmel London. Georgia’s also appeared in the pages of W, Harper’s Bazaar, and numerous editions of Vogue.
The 19-year-old will be stepping away from the camera in order to pull up a chair as part of the design team for Hudson Jeans. Hudson by Georgia May Jagger will feature five denim styles in different washes, and is scheduled to hit Neiman Marcus stores next month.
Georgia has been starring in advertisements for the brand since 2009, so it’s only natural that she plans on appearing in advertisements for her own diffusion line. She’s definitely not a traditional model – she’s just five foot seven inches – with an eclectic style, merging rocker influences with couture obsessions.
A true wild child, Georgia was rumored to have been grounded by her parents as recently as last year. However, back in April of 2008, she seemed relatively tame in a printed crimson dress under a leather jacket, accented by a leopard-print bag at the UK premiere for Flashbacks of a Fool. Flash forward to December 2009, when Georgia showed up in a lacy Vivienne Westwood gown for the British Fashion Awards.
2010 proved to be a busy year for the top model; she posed alongside her mom for a London photo shoot last May to launch the Invisible Zinc skincare line at Selfridges, and closed Karl Lagerfeld‘s impressive Saint-Tropez Chanel Cruise 2010/2011 Collection runway show on the back of a motorcycle (bottom, left), wearing a silk tulle dress with refined embroidery and aged calfskin boots. Georgia also filmed several commercials for Rimmel London as she became one of the public faces for the cosmetics brand.
Georgia looked fantastic in a hot pink and red Meadham Kirchhoff dress from the Spring 2011 line and once again embraced leopard print with Charlotte Olympia Gladys sandals for Vogue‘s Emerging British Designers Cocktail Party in October. She wore a golden mustard number by Karen Walker for Crown Oaks Day in Australia.
When she touched down at Melbourne International Airport a few days earlier, Georgia looked comfortably stylish with a striped tunic, teal scarf, charcoal grey zip-up, and black hi-tops complete with standout red laces. With her new design gig, we’re betting Georgia becomes almost as well-known for her style, as her pedigree.