6 posts tagged "Georgia May Jagger"
People magazine has named Gwyneth Paltrow the world’s most beautiful woman of 2013. No surprise there. The GOOP creator credits her family—and that five-day-a-week Tracy Anderson Method workout regimen—for looking and feeling great. [People]
Amber Le Bon might have followed in her mother Yasmin’s footsteps when she became a model, but it’s her father, Duran Duran front man Simon Le Bon, that she goes to for beauty products. “If I’m feeling in a very naughty mood, I’ll steal some of Daddy’s Crème de la Mer,” she says. “On the whole, though, I’m very low-maintenance.” [Daily Mail]
Scarlett Johansson has joined Megan Fox and Rachel McAdams and gone a shade of bright auburn for the filming of Captain America 2. Three’s as trend, as they say. [E!]
Face of Rimmel cosmetics and Just Cavalli fragrance, Georgia May Jagger is a generous beauty-product junkie. On a recent trip to NYC, the Brit It girl picked up a big tub of the local Bee Yummy Body Cream for her pal and fellow model Cara Delevingne. Girlfriends who buy beauty products together, stay together. [Grazia]
Georgia May Jagger is in Sydney for fashion week, walking the runway for Camilla—and making a case for low-lights and hair jewelry. [Daily Mail]
How is Michelle Williams dealing with the “insufferable” grow-out phase of her post-pixie-cut life? With attitude. The starlet and longtime Kate Young client turned up to the stylist’s Target collab party with an asymmetrical side sweep. [People]
The results are in! In a survey designed to rate the best airline amenities bags on the market, honors have been bestowed upon Virgin Australia’s Grown cosmetics mini bottles, Emirates’ Bulgari-branded bag of in-flight skin savers, and Singapore Airlines’ partnership that gives first-class travelers choice products from Kiehl’s. Note to self: Start flying Singapore Air. [CNN]
Forget the fast diet. The new craze in weight loss is the Overnight Diet, a new book that claims a plan of high-protein meals for six days, followed by one day of a liquid diet—and lots of sleep—should help you shed two pounds per night and nine pounds in one week, no exercise necessary. [NYDN]
Despite the enviable genes that destined her for runway superstardom, Georgia May Jagger—the youngest daughter of Jerry Hall and Mick Jagger—didn’t start modeling until the ripe old age of 17. It didn’t take her long to transcend the ranks of the rag trade, though: Her first year in, Jagger nabbed spreads in British, French, Italian, and RussianVogue, not to mention a slew of campaigns (for Hudson Jeans, Rimmel London, and Paris’ Polo de Deauville), as well as the Model of the Year award from the British Fashion Council. A little turn on Karl Lagerfeld’s 2011 Chanel Resort runway in St. Tropez followed, as did a starring role as the face of the collection’s lookbook. “Miss Jagger is the modern girl. She is the girl of today,” Lagerfeld told British Vogue at the time. A full year later, and it would appear as though Jagger is the girl of tomorrow, too. A fulltime student, the 19-year-old has found time to strike a pose for the September issues of U.S. Harper’s Bazaar, Pop, Vogue Italia and Brazilian Vogue, for which she graces the cover. “I’m either in school or I’m working, so I don’t have a ton of time to do stuff,” Jagger says of maintaining any kind of regular primping rituals. But the lippy blonde who loves Vivienne Westood and Isabel Marant—”Pretty much 50 percent of every collection she does, I want,” she says of Marant—does have a few local beauty breaks she can’t live without. Here, just in time for LFW, the down-to-earth sociology and photography major shares her favorite destinations in Londontown—and this thoughtful beauty tip: “Be confident as yourself and do what works for you, not what works for other people.”
The Makeup Bag Must-Haves: Practice What You Preach
“I always have mascara with me. Rimmel’s new ScandalEyes Mascara is my favorite, because it’s got a massive brush, which means you can just put it on really quickly. I also can’t be without lip gloss or lipstick. I like the Rimmel Vinyl Max Lip Gloss in Breathless, because it’s quite nude-y.”
Available at www.rimmellondon.com.
The All-Natural Multi-Tasker: Egyptian Magic
“My mom is always saying things like, ‘Your body is a temple.’ She’s really on it like that, so I know about natural stuff. I like things like Egyptian Magic. It’s an organic Vaseline, which is quite nice. I use it as a lip balm.”
The Hair Heroes: Jo Hansford
“Once you start modeling and people start messing around with your hair so much, you kind of need to have someone who just knows what to do. I’ve had a few ups and down with my hair, as everyone has, and I kept going to places that I heard were good. But I don’t think you should pick your hairdresser on their status. I love Jo Hansford for color and cuts, even though my new year’s resolution was to not cut my hair.”
19 Mount Street London W1K 2RN, UK, +44 020 7495 7774; www.johansford.com.
Kate Moss was flying high last night—quite literally. The supermodel and Rimmel brand ambassador was hovering over London’s Battersea Power Station in a black helicopter, which touched down around 10 p.m. at a 500-plus person bash in her honor. “Choosing Kate was our first big decision,” Coty Inc. CEO Bernd Beetz said of picking Moss as the face of Rimmel London ten years ago when he and its senior vice president of global marketing, Steve Mormoris, started at the brand. “I think it was a good one,” he continued.
We’d have to agree. For the past decade, Moss has fronted everything from eye shadows and foundation to Rimmel’s revolutionary comb mascara (a cosmetics world first), getting snapped by everyone from Terry Richardson, Craig McDean, and Rankin along the way. “She really incarnates the London look,” Mormoris said, which, according to Moss, is an eclectic one. “Anything goes in London,” she said. “You can be who you want to be.”
The catwalker has just created a 15-piece lipstick collection for Rimmel, five of which will land stateside in January and all of which were being sampled by partygoers like Erin O’Connor, Moss’ fellow Rimmel ambassadors Georgia Jagger and Solange Knowles, and Brit It girls Poppy and Cara Delevingne as the Noisettes performed a live set. “They’re amazing—she did them herself,” Moss’ longtime makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury said proudly of her client and friend’s effort. The pout perfectors are numbered from 01 to 15 and Tilbury slicked 01, a true cherry, onto Moss’ mouth for the festivities. “It’s an iconic product that gives you instant glamour,” Tilbury says of lipstick. And she would know; the flame-haired face painter was responsible for that lush chocolate lip at Donna Karan earlier in the week will be flexing her makeup muscle backstage at Tom Ford’s first full-scale show at LFW. Other things to get excited about as the fash pack relocates across the pond: Irina Lazareanu’s return to the runway. The musician-turned-model skipped New York this season as she was in the studio, but she’ll be working the catwalk at Burberry and Vivienne Westwood. “I’m singing on the 20th for Olivier Theyskens’ Theory party, too,” she said. It’s the same day her new single drops, she told Style.com. Check it out on iTunes.
The first copy of The Face I ever saw was the August 1996 issue. I can’t recall a single article or photo spread, but what I do remember about sitting cross-legged on the floor of my local Borders, where I picked up the expensive import, was staring at the cover model—Georgina something—and thinking how cool it would be to have her gap-toothed grin.
I was reminded of that day repeatedly during the shows, as Lindsey Wixson and newbie Ashley Smith graced the runway—and post-fashion weeks as well, as I steadily began to catch up on my backlog of fashion magazines. Lara Stone. Georgia May Jagger. Gap-toothed girls are all the rage—and for some reason, they all look quite a bit alike, and a lot like Georgina something. Blonde, willowy, gap-toothed. You could argue that they all follow in the footsteps of the original blonde, willowy, gap-toothed model, Lauren Hutton, and something about the American Gigolo star’s formula really, really works. The thing is, how do you replicate that, if, say, you’re a brunette, curvy, and distinctly un-gap-toothed? You can dye your hair, exercise more and change your diet—sure. But when it comes to that somewhat coveted space, either you’ve got it, or you don’t.
Or maybe not. “Very few patients ask for this procedure,” Dr. Irwin Smigel, the “Father of Aesthetic Dentistry,” told me when I asked him if there was any way to create this imperfect smile. “But the look is possible to achieve by using a very thin, special disk. The entire procedure takes less than an hour.” Achievable, yes; advisable…maybe.