Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger and model Jerry Hall’s daughter Georgia May Jagger has made quite a name for herself in the fashion world! She was honored as the British Fashion Awards’ Model of the Year in 2009, is the new face of Roberto Cavalli’s Just Cavalli fragrance and has a jeans line! She spoke with Glamour magazine recently about her parents, her new campaign, and her top beauty tips!
An excerpt of Glamour’s Q&A with top British model, Georgia May Jagger:
On raiding her famous parents’ closets…
“I raid my mom’s closet quite a lot. She gave me all her Studio 54 disco outfits, and I used to go in and steal all her lipsticks and nail polishes when I was younger. My favorite pieces now are an amazing pair of sequined hot pants and a blue sequined dress from Fabrice. My mom borrowed a jacket from me recently, which is funny because the tables have been turned. It was a Vivienne Westwood leopard-print jacket, and I actually saw my mom wearing it in the newspaper and said, ‘Hey, that’s mine!’”
On shooting the Just Cavalli fragrance ad campaign and what the scent is like…
“It’s floral but very clean, crisp, and sensual. Very girly. We did the shoot with Mario Sorrenti, and we were in this amazing old mansion that hadn’t been opened for 100 years.”
Her favorite beauty trick she’s picked up working in the biz…
“Contouring is my favorite tip. They did that a lot in the seventies. I like doing it not just on my cheeks but on my jawline and temples too. Also, I really love matte lipstick, and a makeup artist taught me to put a bit of powder on over my lipstick to tone down all the shine. And Roberto Cavalli says to spray fragrance onto your clothes—that it’s part of the outfit.”
And on her awesome gap…“I didn’t always love my smile. When I was in school and everyone was getting braces, I thought maybe I would too, but I just decided to stick with it. I’m really glad now.”
Look for the April issue of Glamour magazine with actress Kate Hudson on the cover at newsstands nationwide on Tuesday, March 12th. The issue is available digitally (iPad, Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble Nook Color) NOW!