Things are pretty good for Georgia May Jagger right now. Recently the British model was confirmed as the new face of Madonna's Material Girl world and of course, she was amongst the line-up of models that appeared in the Olympics closing ceremony, and it doesn't end there. This week she was confirmed as the face of the new Just Cavalli fragrance.
'Roberto Cavalli is a great designer. The Just Cavalli brand is very sexy, young and cool,' she said in a statement. 'Each collection is very contemporary and colourful; it is clearly for the younger girl who wants to have a trendy look. It is the first fragrance that I have ever done so it is a huge honour.' While it may be her first fragrance campaign, Jagger isn't new to beauty campaigns after serving as the face of Rimmel London for the past few years after replacing Kate Moss.
For a while now we've known that Kate Moss will take part in the closing ceremony alongside other big British models like Naomi Campbell and Stella Tennant but even now, it's still unclear what, or who, they will down the runway. The latest issue of Vogue might reveal a clue.
To mark the event and in collaboration with the British Fashion Council, Vogue commissioned Nick Knight to shoot all of the models involved wearing British designers, leading people to speculate that the girls will wear the same brands for the closing event as they wear in the shoot.
In the issue Moss appears wearing a gold encrusted dress by Sarah Burton, as does Campbell, while Stella Tennant appears in Christopher Kane, Lily Cole and Donaldson in Erdem and Vivienne Westwood respectively, Georgia May Jagger in Victoria Beckham and Jourdan Dunn in Jonathan Saunders. I think it's safe to assume that they won't wear the same things but I'm sure the brand choice will be the same.
With the Olympics just around the corner, the details of the closing ceremony have finally been released and as expected, fashion is set to play a prominent role in the festivities.
Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Stella Tennant, Lily Cole and Lily Donaldson will walk the runway as David Bowie performs songs 'Fashion' and 'Rebel Rebel'. Georgia May Jagger will also walk in the show as a replacement for Rosie Huntington-Whiteley who dropped out of the show as a part of her efforts to be seen as an actress rather than a model.
Madonna is known for being a savvy businesswoman and that was clear last month when she replaced Kelly Osbourne with Georgia May Jagger to front her Material Girl line. While Kelly's campaign worked, at 20 years-old Jagger's following is completely in line with the teenage demographic that the line appeals to and today, the first image from the new campaign is out.
In the shot, the young model appears wearing a little floral dress sitting on a box of backstage equipment and it works. The outfit is age appropriate and actually looks like something she would wear and besides, being the daughter of a Rolling Stone means that the backstage backdrop was a natural one. 'I had so much fun shooting his campaign,' Jagger said. 'I spend a lot of my childhood backstage hanging out around amps. That was where we chilled when we were younger. So this shoot brought back a lot of memories.'
Karl Lagerfeld's collaboration with Carine Roitfeld on 'The Little Black Jacket: Chanel's Classic Revisted' is the partnership that we've all been excited for. So far the brand have teased us by taking us behind-the-scenes of the shoot for the book, as well as making us a fly on the wall at the recent exhibition for the book in Tokyo in that video that they released earlier this week.
Yesterday they launched thelittleblackjacket.chanel.com, an 'e-exhibition', which showcases everyone from Georgia May Jagger to Olivier Theyskens wearing the iconic black Chanel tweed jacket styled by Roitfeld. The concept really works. The diverse cast for the book is illustrative of the timeless quality of the piece and its ability to transcend generations and styles. The book is available online on Amazon for only $39 but in the meantime, have a glimpse at some of my favourite images from the book.
Last week we showed you Karl Lagerfeld's cover for i-D magazine's spring 2012 issue and now, all of the other special covers are out and they're really good. Shalom Harlow, Dame Vivienne Westwood, Carolyn Murphy and Georgia May Jagger are just a few of the faces fronting the new issue that hits newsstands this Thursday.
Recently we reported that Karl Lagerfeld and Carine Roitfeld were working on a new photobook for Chanel and now the brand have released this behind-the-scenes video from the shoot.
The video shows Karl Lagerfeld shoot everyone from Sarah Jessica Parker and Roitfeld herself to Alice Dellal and Georgia May Jagger for the book, titled 'The Little Black Jacket: Chanel's Classic Revisited.' The sentiment that seemed to flow throughout the quick interviews was the sense that the classic style transcends all generations and different types of women, something that we also picked up on in Dellal's Boy Chanel campaign.
Will you buy the book when it hits stores this winter?
Yesterday this image of the March cover of Harper's Bazaar UK surfaced featuring a Givenchy clad Georgia May Jagger, in what is definitely her strongest cover to date. The cover story was shot by Alexi Lubormirski in Miami and to add an intimate touch, the interview was conducted by the 20 year-old's mother, Jerry Hall.
What do you think of the cover?
UPDATE: The magazine have released the full editorial today
Despite being busy at work on promoting the Versace for H&M collection, it's still all systems go at H&M. Today the high street retailer released this first set of images from their new Christmas campaign starring Jerry Hall and daughter Georgia May Jagger along with H&M regular, Karen Elson. Both mother and daughter are successful models so it was only a matter of time before the pair joined forces in front of the lens and we have H&M to thank.
Georgia May Jagger did wonders for Hudson jeans as the face and her collection for the brand that launched earlier this year went down well and now the young model is toying with the idea of creating her own line.
"I'd love to do a fashion label in the future," she told Vogue UK at Sergio Rossi's flagship store opening last week. "I've been thinking a lot recently about maybe making a line of little dresses, so maybe one day. I'm really happy designing jeans at the moment though." Any idea of starting a brand is on hold for the moment, as Jagger explained that she's just enrolled on a photography course, but design ambitions are definitely on the cards she confirmed.