What happens when the gene pool of Texas and the UK collide?
You get a pouty long-legged blonde beauty named Georgia, who got the best of both her famous parents. The model is profiled in the latest WWD.
“I’m always inspired by my family — they’re very creative people,” says Georgia May Jagger, 17, who talked to WWD about her life, so far. “But I have my own take on stuff. I think I’ll go down my own road.”
Dad is Mick Jagger and mum is super-model Jerry Hall. The youngest Jagger daughter is balancing modeling, studies in fashion design and sculpture while attending the British equivalent of high school in London.
Georgia dished about the advantages of having a famous supermodel for a mother: “My mum had a big clear-out, and she gave me all her slinky dresses from the Seventies,” she says, adding that elder sister Lizzie had already nabbed their father’s velvet jumpsuits from the era.
Jagger is fortunate to have an array of blue chip designer duds at the ready, wearing Vivienne Westwood since childhood.
Georgia’s Texan mother Jerry Hall instilled some southern good graces in Georgia: “She always says, ‘Be nice to everyone, even if you don’t like it. Just be nice and gracious,’” says Jagger. “And ‘Don’t show your bum.’”
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