2010, Clare Richardson, Editorial, Georgia May Jagger, Harper's Bazaar US, Hedi Slimane Oct 17, 2010 Georgia May Jagger by Hedi Slimane for Harper’s Bazaar US November 2010 Georgia May Jagger exudes sophisticated seduction for the latest issue of Harper’s Bazaar US. In front of Hedi Slimane’s lens, Georgia dons an array of glittering gowns and dresses styled by Clare Richardson. 2010clare richardsonEditorialgeorgia may jaggerHarper's Bazaar USHedi Slimanenovembernovember 2010 Share on: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + Related Posts: Jacquelyn Jablonski by Victor Demarchelier for Harper’s Bazaar US November 2010 Anna de Rijk by John Balsom for Harper’s Bazaar US November 2010 Dree Hemingway by Alexi Lubomirski in Simply Red | Harper’s Bazaar US September 2010 Jessica Stam for Harper’s Bazaar US August 2010 by Alexi Lubomirski Elise Crombez Goes Garçonne for Harper’s Bazaar US, Shot by Nathaniel Goldberg Previous articleEgle Tvirbutaite by Micaela Rossato for Vogue Latin America October 2010 Next articleRogue Review | Most Popular Posts October 10-16, 2010 Anonymous Sorry the clothes and overall editorial landscape of this spread takes a nose bleacher seat because of the bucky beaver teeth. Love Mick…Love Jerry Hall but she doesn’t give the illusion of sexual prowess that Lara Stone does permpfffff Oh Good grief…I was wondering how long it would take before some idiot commented on the teeth. Sad it had to be the first comment. Shut up already. TheJemaniGroup I guess all mingers have to stick together. TheJemaniGroup I guess all mingers have to stick together. TheJemaniGroup I guess all mingers have to stick together. http://www.seecreatures.com Catherine I wish there were a bit more variety in these – her face is photographed from almost the exact same angle each time. I like Georgia May Jagger, though, and I also love Hedi Slimane… I’m just not very impressed by these. Eva Same. She has a gorgeous face and the gap tooth is adorable, but she could have a range of expressions instead of the same exact look every time. jazzy elizabeth It’s because Lara came first. We have standards. Jaguar_running This is bad. We’re made to look up her nose in every shot. Hld012010 she is beautiful!love all the outfits! http://tiffanyssmallworld.blogspot.com kayla smith http://community.livejournal.com/modelcouture/ sany I guess this shotting was fuck´difficult for heidi… his good taste is around but doesnt works http://www.wani-djdanger.blogspot.com Ezwani I love. She somehow reminds me of Abbey Lee. http://www.wani-djdanger.blogspot.com Anonymous Extremely amateur. She is trying too hard to be Lara. I mean, I know everyone compares her to Lara, but theres a reason for it. http://www.enfantsperdus.com Quatre Tsien With Hedi and his force of will behind the lens, he is really responsible for every aspect of selection.. and in this case, I’d call it a miss. The implementation is banal. Anniebritton errrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr ONE POSE Ferdinand Georgia is lovely, and Hedi is good, albeit a little overrated. This editorial looks fairly amateurish. A girl with her hand on her waist with one leg raised is poses photo students employ in their work. vicky The pictures are nice but he posing is boring!! she has one only facial expression…….dull! vicky The pictures are nice but he posing is boring!! she has one only facial expression…….dull!