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August 31 2014

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9 posts tagged "Jerry Hall"

Brit Beauty

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Georgia-JaggerA rock star and a model walk into a bar…and in this case, the bar is Studio 54 and the punch line is super Georgia May Jagger. She followed in her mother’s [Jerry Hall] footsteps, but has certainly hit her own stride—walking Alexander Wang, Marc Jacobs, Balmain, and Isabel Marant, among others, for Spring 2014. Jagger also acts as the face of Rimmel London, the cosmetics brand that is as synonymous with the U.K. city as Big Ben. However, she says she often finds makeup inspiration during her travels, like a recent trip to India with her dad [Mick]. “All the women have such beautiful eyeliner, and it gets you inspired to try something different,” she said. And with one of Jagger’s two beauty rules being “Don’t be afraid to mix it up” (the second is to keep your skin “reasonably fresh”), we look forward to seeing her add some Bollywood flair to her London look.

Read this month’s Beauty Essentials to get all of Jagger’s tips and tricks.

Photo: Courtesy of Rimmel

Go Big, Or Go Home

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Georgia May Jagger - Jerry Hall

It appears that Georgia May Jagger took a page out of her legendary mother’s (Jerry Hall) beauty book for Rimmel London’s 180 Years of Cool party, channeling Hall’s Studio 54 days with over-the-top eye shadow and bold, brushed-out curls. The model’s silver dress—encrusted with platinum beads and sequins—was reminiscent of the disco ball under which her mum and Mick likely danced in the seventies, when their torrid love affair began. And while the catwalker grew up in the U.K., she pays homage to Hall’s roots with last night’s look: Everything is bigger in Texas.

Photos: Getty Images; Tumblr

Berenson, Hall, and Cleveland Front MAC’s Antonio Lopez Campaign; Beauty-School Dropouts; and Byrdie Bows

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mac-embed_resizeMAC’s font of creative collaboration ideas is seemingly limitless, and today the cosmetics behemoth released images for its new limited-edition collection, one that pays tribute to renowned fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez, who has been experiencing a major revival lately. Fronting the campaign are seasoned supermodels Marisa Berenson, Jerry Hall, and Pat Cleveland, a.k.a. “Antonio’s Girls” (who’ve enjoyed comebacks of their own). The ads and packages featuring Lopez sketches—and the products themselves—hark back to the glory days of heavy cheek contouring, electric eye shadows, and bold lips. The new range will be available from September 12 to October 10.

According to The New York Times, university students aren’t the only ones facing crushing debt now. Eager enrollees in cosmetology and hairstyling schools are also reportedly drowning in loans, and they’re struggling to land jobs upon completion of a program. Apparently it isn’t easy being beautiful—or landing a beauty gig these days.

Today, Clique Media co-founders and chief executives Hillary Kerr and Katherine Power (the ladies behind Who What Wear) launched a new beauty Web site, Byrdie. Three things it’s not: a traditional magazine’s Web site, a blog, or a video tutorial. Kerr told Women’s Wear Daily, “We didn’t see anything that came from a strong editorial point of view that really reported out, but still encompassed, the fun trends that aren’t as editorially driven—like street style.”

HB Jayne Mansfield; Lauren Hutton’s “Tiger Queen” Memories; Jerry Hall on the Antiaging Virtues of Olive Oil; and More…

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Happy birthday, Jayne Mansfield! The utterly bodacious blonde, whose life was cut tragically short at 34 due to a car crash, would have turned 80 today. Her beauty and style influence remain very much alive. [Life]

Dove’s oh-so-very-viral new ad campaign, wherein sketches compare how women describe themselves with how others describe them, has already earned itself a parody. [Business Insider]

The innovative new Skin Rescuer by Kiehl’s claims to minimize stress…on our skin, at least. [WWD]

Lauren “Tiger Queen” Hutton shares, in a new interview with Net-a-Porter, that in the early days of Kate Moss’ career, she jumped to her defense. “Kate, whom I knew when she was 14, was always being made fun of by the other models. They were jealous, but I was the tiger queen, so I could crack the whip over them.” [HuffPo]

Jerry Hall talks beauty and style with her home state’s Houston Chronicle. A few notable likes and dislikes—”I like smoking, drinking, and coffee, but not too much…everything within moderation”; “I don’t exercise. I don’t like to waste energy on nothing”; “I like the B-movie-starlet look: skin-tight skirts, tight tops, a little bit naughty.” And her antiaging secret? Olive oil. “I give myself a thorough olive-oil soak every week…I just pour a bottle on me and stand around rubbing it in. It’s the best thing in the world for your skin, nails, eyelashes, everything.” [Houston Chronicle]

Photo: Courtesy of Life

Jerry And Georgia, Like Mother, Like Daughter; Emma Watson Acts Out; And More…

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Proper skincare is apparently a family affair for the Jaggers, as mother Jerry Hall and daughter Georgia May headed down under this week to fête Invisible Zinc, the Aussie sunscreen line whose ad visuals the two women front. So that’s how Hall manages to look so good makeup-free. [Daily Mail]

The blogosphere erupted when actress Emma Watson lopped off her hair into a pixie this summer, and apparently the shearing was in fact an act of rebellion. In the December issue of Vogue U.K., the Harry Potter actress reveals that she was “contractually obligated” to keep her hair long and refrain from getting a tan to play pasty-faced Hermione Granger. [E! Online]

Fans of CND’s long-lasting Shellac polishes will be pleased to know that the two-week manicure line will add 12 more colors to its chip-free offerings next year. [BellaSugar]

Another thing to look forward to in 2011? A new version of Issey Miyake’s famed L’Eau d’Issey—a floral adaptation that looks essential for Spring. [Grazia]

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