Georgia May Jagger’s Vocal Passion

Alena Akhmadullina show, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Berlin, Germany - 14 Jan 2014. Shower Singer

 

Georgia May Jagger is a frustrated singer.

The model often takes to the shower to belt out a tune and is grateful that no one can hear her.

The daughter of Rolling Stones legend Mick and mode Jerry Hall hasn’t quite got the talent to give up her catwalk career just yet.

“I like singing in the shower. I really go for it on old Destiny’s Child songs and Aretha Franklin. I like to think I have a good voice, but I don’t,” she laughed to British magazine Marie Claire.

The 22-year-old model looks to the ‘90s for fashion inspiration and is pleased that a certain type of bag has made a comeback.

“I’ve been waiting for backpacks to come back, so when Vivienne Westwood and Stella McCartney started doing them I was like, ‘Yes! It’s my moment.’ I’m also really into Fendi bags with evil-looking eyes on the inside,” she confessed.

The ‘90s weren’t always kind to the fashionista’s of the day and Georgia remembers some less than flattering trends that she used to rock.

“One of the first things that made me feel cool was a beaded choker; I felt like I was Gwen Stefani,” she laughed.

“I have a big collection of the jewellery my sister Jade designed in the ‘90s. Now I have Thomas Sabo’s Karma Beads because they’re different from other charm bracelets. My favourite charms are the silver snake and skulls.”

Georgia is the brand ambassador for Thomas Sabo and was with the German company when it launched the Karma collection earlier this year.

She has also modelled for some for some of the biggest fashion houses on the planet including Marc Jacobs, Roberto Cavalli and Alexander Wang, who she credits with her top look for Spring/Summer 14.

“Alexander Wang’s Parental Advisory jumper with no make-up and ‘sexy nurse’ shoes was my favourite SS14 look, even though I had the flu. My agent thought I looked really barmy,” she smiled.

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