Versace model. The face of Rimmel. The body of Hudson Jeans. Karl Lagerfeld's muse... All at the tender age of 18. Of course, we're talking about Georgia May Jagger - the blonde Bardot-a-like with that gap-toothed pout. Grazia Daily has watched in wonder as the young whippersnapper's taken the fashion industry by storm - and when you've got rock'n'roll heritage plus a good few supermodel genes on your side, it's hardly surprising. Oh, and guess what? She knows how to work a fierce outfit too. Let's take this week's parade as example, shall we?
First up, Georgia was spotted at a fancy cocktail party in NYC to celebrate emerging designers. Quite frankly, we were bowled over - not only by her gobsmacking beauty but by that exquisite red number she was sporting. A combination of lace layers and a sheer bodice, the dress cements her status as the ultimate English rose, while those leopard print sandals provide the perfect smidge of youthful edginess. GMJ doesn't do boring, darleng (just take the labels off next time, ok dear?).
And here's the proof that style is genetic. For her next stop, Jerry Hall's mini-me jetted to Australia to pose alongside her model mum at Invisible Zinc's UV silk shield launch, for which Georgia is the face. And once again, she astounded us with a bright block colour. This time, it was canary yellow - a notoriously tricky tone to pull off but of course, GMJ does it with ease. That inherent boho edge, which naturally comes with being Mick Jagger's daughter certainly helps, amplified by soft wavy locks, natural makeup and a subtle black necklace. Oh, and there are those killer heels again. It's like seeing Jessica Hart in the making...
Speaking of the Hart, on Wednesday, Georgia was spotted rubbing shoulders with the model-du-jour at the Crown Oaks Day (some racing malarky, we're told). And if you thought you were seeing double with Georgia + Jerry, just take a look at this triple whammy:
Oh, our eyes! It's too much beauty to behold! And so perfectly co-ordinated, too. But it was Georgia who outshone them all with a palette of rich mustard and bright red (fast becoming a trademark, perhaps?). With that sultry draped satin, she's mastered old school glamour, but knows how to bring the quirk with floral pumps and a frothy slide in those bouncy curls. Yep, we're utterly smitten.
So we want to know what YOU make of Georgia's recent fashion fare. Do you share our burgeoning girl crush and love her classic style? Let us know below!
- Jessica Vince