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

10/18/2010 at 11:00 AM ET

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 harpersbazaar.com–Gillian Koenig

Hedi Slimane for Harper’s Bazaar

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Tammy on

Damn Girl, eat a sandwich!

Krissy on

I am not trying to me a mean but she’s very unattractive, and she looks malnourished

Louris on

Pretty girl…but are those teeth that bad? If so, it really takes away from her beauty. Can’t believe she wouldn’t of had those fixed years ago!

Elle on

With the money her parents have as well as the money she makes, that she could afford braces. She is pretty if she doesn’t smile because her teeth just take away from her appeal. Would she be a successful model if her parents weren’t who they are?

Nameless on

I know she is wayyy too thin but come on…so are most of the other runway models. Tyra Banks and Cindy Crawford are not the look today – sad…but the world is reverting back to the rack of bones. In saying that – I think she is attractive…but not stunning…I like that her face is assymetrical and her teeth aren’t perfect…I know it is crazy, but I think it works.

ellen on

Lots of women were famous because of the gap in their teeth like Lauren Hutton wouldn’t get hers fixed same with another SUPER FAMOUS rocker Freddy Mercury he wouldn’t fix his teeth he was afraid it would change ythe sound of his voice. i think she’s beautiful and as for too skinny I thought you could never be too rich or too skinny in Hollyweird?

Chloe on

Her teeth are really a distraction. And she is way too skinny. Hey, she ain’t my kid so I could care less that she looks like a skeleton….with bad teeth.

Mandy on

Ellen: I do not believe she lives in Hollyweird, but in England along with the rest of her siblings and her Mom.

Anon on

Considering who her parents are, the girl doesn’t stand a chance at being drop-dead gorgeous. But all things considered, she’s not that bad.

Nicole on

This girl is very pretty and even prettier with the unique teeth she’s got. Perfect teeth do not make material for the “Baazar”. Perfect is boring!! I hope she will keep it unique and does not want to look the norm.

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