Have Pout, Will Travel
The lips run in the family, so no surprise that Jade Jagger stamped a kiss motif all over her new collection of sparkly tees for her Jezebel label. She was showing the new range—along with the jewelry she designs and produces in India—at Le Meurice hotel during Paris fashion week. All business, it would seem. But Jagger’s a dancing girl, after all, so she also invited a few friends to L’Appartement, André Saraiva’s private party house in the tony seventh arrondissement, for snacks and bubbly before the Jezebel party at Le Baron, with her husband, Dan Williams, on decks. Jagger Industries has always been a family affair, though: Jade has two in-house muses—teen daughters Assisi and Amba—the first of whom has already done some T-shirt graphics for Jezebel. The collection itself grew from the club nights Jagger and Williams began in Ibiza and exported around the world, from Mumbai to Moscow. “We started with Jezebel nights, and the idea for the collection was music-inspired fashion,” Jagger said. And although Ibiza is still close to her heart, she now spends most of her time in India, where she works on the beading for her jewels in Mumbai and maintains a house in Goa. Not that Europe has reason to be jealous. “Have pout, will travel” could be the family motto: Jagger opened her first shop in Notting Hill this fall, and she has Paris in her sights, as well. She’s currently working on a new flacon design for Guerlain’s Shalimar, the Oriental vanilla classic from 1925.