Georgia May Jagger and her sisters regularly borrow clothes from their stylish mother Jerry Hall.
Georgia May Jagger constantly borrows clothes from her mother.
The 22-year-old bombshell is envious of her mother Jerry Hall's designer wardrobe and is constantly battling her sisters Lizzie and Jade to get their hands on her covetable clutch bags and quirky cardigans.
She told France's ELLE magazine: ''Watching my mother get ready to go out [as a child], I would try on her shoes and hide amongst her dresses, it was magical. My big sisters stole everything before me, but [nowadays] I can still regularly borrow from her Vivienne Westwood cardigan collection.
''I also take her clutch bags, I don't have very many of them because I'm not a proper adult yet! What I can't borrow is her shoes though, her feet are ten times bigger than mine...''
Georgia says her famous family's bohemian style inspires her just as much as old school Hollywood icons.
The gap-toothed blonde has inherited her model mum's penchant for British designer Dame Vivienne Westwood.
Georgia said: ''Vivienne Westwood has always been my favourite, I've grown up looking at her creations because my mum is a huge fan of hers. She's always reinventing herself and isn't scared of what's different.
''Her shows never follow the current trends and I admire that. I also follow Alexander Wang's work closely. And I discover young designers during my travels, like Dominic Jones, who makes lovely jewellery. ''
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