5 posts tagged "Mick Jagger"
A 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.
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.
Cara Delevingne is using her Instagram fame to share more than just pictures of herself with newfound bestie Rita Ora. “Go greeeeen!” she chirped this weekend alongside a sneak peek of her new YSL makeup campaign. [Grazia]
Guess how much a lock of Mick Jagger’s hair will sell for when it goes up for auction at Bonhams, in London, on July 3? All right, we’ll tell you: $2,000! [CNN]
Katy Perry is ready to pursue a more “age-appropriate” beauty mantra, she says in a new behind-the-scenes video for her cover turn on Vogue‘s July issue, which looks like it will mean a more refined approach to eye makeup. “My brows and my eyes are, I think, what frame my whole face. I have all right lips and all right cheekbones, but they’re no show-offs.” [Us]
When Marc Jacobs’ new beauty venture arrives at Sephora stores in August, it will do so with a bang, not a whimper. The designer was actively involved in the creation of all 122 products in his debut cosmetics venture—from the naming (there is an extra-black mascara Jacobs called Blacquer and a pink blush, inspired by one of his tattoos, called Shameless) to the actual testing. “I’ve been using the Brow Tamer,” Jacobs admits. [WWD]
If the constant stream of flashbulbs going off in Chelsea and around Laight Street haven’t already tipped you off, the Tribeca Film Festival is well under way. One of the best pictures to premiere this weekend, in my humble opinion, was Vidal Sassoon: The Movie, a documentary from first-time director Craig Teper and producers Jackie Gilbert Bauer and Michael Gordon that takes a look at the man behind some of the most famous manes the world has ever known. Sassoon tended to the tresses of everyone who was anyone in London’s Swinging Sixties scene (Mary Quant, among them). You could call him the Mick Jagger of haircutting—at least that’s how Teper came to think of him after three years of filming. “It’s important to understand that Vidal changed everything about hair: how hair looked, how it was cut, how salons looked, how hairdressers looked, how products were sold,” he explained to me. “He freed women from having to go to the salon two or three times a week, and from sleeping in rollers and spending hours on their hair.” Or, as Gordon put it, “Vidal changed the world with a pair of scissors.”
Beyond following his impact on the hair industry, the movie explores the trials and tribulations of Sassoon the individual, a rags-to-riches story that takes him from an orphanage to an international empire—an accomplishment that he is most proud of, as he explained to me after a screening last week. “We started so small, on the third floor on Bond Street, and our way became an international way of doing hair. We opened academies and schools, and I had a wonderful team,” he said, referring to his expansion from London to as far away as Shanghai, where he still has a flourishing operation. I asked Mr. Sassoon if, looking back, there was one person he particularly enjoyed styling, and without hesitation he said “Mia Farrow”—and not just because giving her a pixie cut was front-page news. “She was such a delightful humanitarian and cared so much. And she has such wonderful cheekbones; you could do anything on her and it would look great.” Click above to watch the trailer.
The lips? That smile? The tousled hair in face? That’s unmistakable Jagger—16-year-old aspiring model/fashion designer Georgia Jagger, who’s countenance is a dead ringer for dad Mick. The sheered-down red lipstick she wore to Vogue‘s Fantastic Fashion Fantasy Party last night in London was a page right out of mom Jerry Hall’s book, though—a family hand-me-down that’s in good company with what is probably the most coveted collection of leather pants and disco dresses one can imagine. (Jealous.)
Photo: Eamonn McCormack/WireImage