British model Georgia May Jagger, the daughter of 1970's supermodel Jerry Hall and rockstar Mick Jagger, is perhaps best known for her instantly recognizable pout and signature gap. She has graced innumerable covers of the international editions of Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Dazed, i-D, Purple, LOVE, and W magazines.
In 2013, Mercedez-Benz chose Jagger to star in its GLA campaign, photographed by Serge Leblon and directed by David Carette. Select advertising campaigns starring Jagger include Chanel, Miu Miu, Versace, Sunglass Hut, Sisley, H&M, Roberto Cavalli, Thomas Sabo, and Rimmel Cosmetics. Most recently, 70s cult brand, Fiorcucci, tapped Jagger to recreate its iconic 1977 campaign as part of the brand's revival.
In addition to the aforementioned, she has appeared in the runway collections of Fendi, Giles, Marc Jacobs, and Alexander Wang, among others.
Jagger has sat for esteemed photographers such as Mario Testino, Mert & Marcus, Craig McDean, Paolo Roversi, Mario Sorrenti, and Terry Richardson. She also starred in a short film for Harper's Bazaar opposite French actor Jean Reno, directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist, 2001).
Off-duty, Jagger is a budding photographer and clothing designer. In 2011, Jagger collaborated on a capsule collection for Hudson Jeans; she also starred in the accompanying advertising campaign. Most recently, the glamazon debuted her 15-piece Volcom X GMJ line that included fitted, tomboy looks and swimwear made from 78 percent recycled fabric. Jagger plans to take the collaboration a step further, pairing the groundbreaking Econyl swimsuits with Project O, an umbrella ocean conservation effort.