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hm holiday5 Abbey Lee Kershaw, Karen Elson, Georgia May Jagger, Ming Xi & Sui He for H&M Holiday 2011 Campaign

Hip HolidayH&M taps top models for its holiday 2011 advertisements starring Abbey Lee Kershaw and her boyfriend Matthew Hutchinson, Karen Elson and her sister Kate, Georgia May Jagger and her mother Jerry Hall, Ming Xi and Sui He as well as signer Lykke Li and her sister Zara. The girls rock sheer looks with pops of bright colors and metallic accents.

georgia hb 05 Georgia May Jagger by Terry Richardson for <i>Harpers Bazaar US</i> September 2011

Iron LadyGeorgia May Jagger plays former prime minister Margaret Thatcher for this tongue in cheek shoot for the September issue of Harper’s Bazaar US. Captured by Terry Richardson, Georgia May wears selects from Valentino, Nicole Miller, Carolina Herrera, Oscar de la Renta, Derek Lam, Miu Miu, Moschino and Bottega Veneta among others. Looks by fashion editor Andrew Richardson are, as Thatcher once said, comfortable, never flashy and femininely well tailored.

jag0 Bo.Bô Spring 2012 Campaign | Georgia May Jagger by Terry Richardson

She’s a Rainbow - With art direction by Marcelo Seba, Terry Richardson captures Georgia May Jagger on the beaches of Rio de Janeiro as the new face of Bo.Bô’s spring 2012 ad campaign. Styled by Matheus Mazzafera, Georgia’s bold, red pout and tousled golden locks perfectly compliment the Brazilian label’s spring rock star glamour. Studded separates, sexy minis, sleek animal prints and fitted jackets give Georgia a look befitting rockstar/model royalty.

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1. Louis Vuitton Fall 2010 Campaign | Christy Turlington, Natalia Vodianova & Karen Elson by Steven Meisel
2. Tom Ford Eyewear Fall 2010 Campaign | Freja Beha Erichsen by Tom Ford
3. Georgia May Jagger for Vogue China July 2010 by Max Vadukul
4. Isabeli Fontana for Muse Summer 2010 by Terry Tsiolis
5. Natalia K by Maria Eriksson for Viva! Moda
6. Bergdorf Goodman Pre-Fall 2010 Catalogue | Iselin Steiro by Miguel Reveriego