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Mick's Daughter Georgia May Jagger on Needing 'a Bum' to Model Jeans

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Hedi Slimane for Harper’s Bazaar

When your parents are Rolling Stones rocker Mick Jagger and supermodel Jerry Hall, it should come as no surprise that Georgia May Jagger has quickly become something of her own force in the fashion world. The 18-year-old, who appears in the November issue of Harper’s Bazaar, has already fronted a beauty campaign for British brand Rimmel cosmetics, walked down Chanel’s resort runway, and appeared topless in sexy ads for Hudson jeans—a move that the model says was supported by her parents. “My mom did a lot of provocative work with [renowned fashion photographer] Helmut Newton. She understands,” Georgia tells Harper’s Bazaar. “I didn’t think that it was going to be on giant billboards everywhere. I’m sort of like, Oh, God!” But modesty aside, the British beauty says her mother’s four-decade long modeling career has served as a source of inspiration for her own endeavors in the industry. “When mum was first modeling, it was all about that Thierry Mugler woman with the tiny waist and the giant a–…it’s much sexier,” she tells the magazine. “I model jeans. You need a bum for those.” The rock royalty heiress has now set her sights on design, expanding her role with Hudson to launch Hudson by Georgia May Jagger, due out in March. And with her mom’s vintage men’s Wranglers serving as inspiration for the line, she can’t go wrong. “And I have to say Guns N’ Roses really inspired them as well.” For the full interview with Georgia, visit–Gillian Koenig

Hedi Slimane for Harper’s Bazaar