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Georgia May Jagger fights for mom's vintage clothes
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Georgia May Jagger fights for mom's vintage clothes

Jul 4 2013, 3:31am CDT | by

Los Angeles, July 4 (IANS) Rolling Stones musician Mick Jagger's daughter, model Georgia May Jagger, fights with her elder sister Lizzie for their mother Jerry Hall's vintage clothes.

Los Angeles, July 4 — Rolling Stones musician Mick Jagger's daughter, model Georgia May Jagger, fights with her elder sister Lizzie for their mother Jerry Hall's vintage clothes. The 21-year-old...

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Georgia May Jagger fights for mom's vintage clothes

Jul 4 2013, 3:31am CDT | by

Los Angeles, July 4 (IANS) Rolling Stones musician Mick Jagger's daughter, model Georgia May Jagger, fights with her elder sister Lizzie for their mother Jerry Hall's vintage clothes.

Los Angeles, July 4 — Rolling Stones musician Mick Jagger's daughter, model Georgia May Jagger, fights with her elder sister Lizzie for their mother Jerry Hall's vintage clothes.

The 21-year-old model also said that her style is so eclectic because she's constantly borrowing vintage designer pieces from the wardrobe of her mother, who was also a model.

"My style is hard to identify - I'm a real chameleon. I've nicked so much from mum - Thierry Mugler suits and sparkly things from (1970s desinger) Fabrice. My sister Lizzie got first dibs on the lot," femalefirst.co.uk quoted Georgia as saying.

"All the Vivienne Westwood - the cooler pieces, but they go back and forth. There's a lot of sharing, especially style tips - its all big hair and red lipstick," added Georgia.

The young model admits it was never her intention to follow in her mother or sister's footsteps, and actually tried to shy away from the modelling industry at first.

"People think I always wanted to be a model, but I rebelled against it - I used to tell my mother and sister Lizzie, 'I don't wanna be like you when I grow up,'" she said.

The star is hoping to spend more time behind the camera in the future and believes her modelling experience has given her an advantage when it comes to capturing the perfect shot.

"I love modelling, but it's more relaxing to take the photo. I'm inspired by Helmut Newton and Cindy Sherman - her photography is like art," she said.

"Modelling is invaluable for learning things they don't teach you in photography school - how shoots work and the trickery behind it all," she added.

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