Teacup Pigs, Roller Skates and Milkshakes: Georgia May Jagger's Material Girl Ads

02/06/2013 at 09:00 AM ET

Georgia May Jagger Material GirlCourtesy Material Girl

From New York rock chick to Hollywood glamour queen: Georgia May Jagger’s latest ads for Material Girl (Madonna and daughter Lourdes Leon’s juniors clothing line) show us a whole new side of the brand’s famous face.

The model (and Mick Jagger’s daughter) shot the ads all over L.A., from Beverly Hills to the Hollywood Walk of Fame to (our personal fave) In-n-Out Burger, all while showing off Material Girl looks styled by (who else?) “Lola,” as Jagger calls Lourdes.

“My personal style reflects the brand’s aesthetic,” Jagger tells PEOPLE of why she’s a great match for Material Girl. “I think the line has matured; it’s more on trend, but still very experimental and fun.” And in addition to befriending a miniature pig and rollerskating around the Hills, Jagger got to pitch in behind the scenes, too: “I chose the nails and helped decide what hair and make up we were going to go with for the shoot,” she says.

And what pieces did the busy model (who also fronts for Hudson jeans and Sunglass Hut) want to take home from the shoot most? “The camouflage vest and the cut-out dresses” — of course!

Click to see the exclusive first look at Jagger’s spring Material Girl ads, and check out the new collection at Macy’s and Macys.com. Tell us: What do you think of Jagger’s latest ads?

Georgia May Jagger Material GirlCourtesy Material Girl

–Alex Apatoff

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Lil' Orphan Hammies on

There is no such breed as “Teacup.” The animal in these ads is a very young Potbellied-crossbreed.

Please do not believe any breeder or seller who represents a pig’s mature weight as being anything below 90 pounds and please do not purchase a miniature pig unless you are prepared to commit to an animal that will be 90-250 pounds at full maturity and live for 15-20 years!

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