Bikini-clad Georgia May Jagger is the star of Australian Fashion Week

Georgia May Jagger rocked the runway down under on Tuesday, taking to the catwalk in a bikini as part of Australian Fashion Week.

The 21-year-old daughter of rock legend Mick Jagger and supermodel Jerry Hall took part in the Native American-inspired show for designer Camilla that took place inside a large tipi in Sydney.

Blonde beauty Georgia modelled a number of ethnic-inspired pieces. The most eye-catching outfit was a tribal bandeau bikini that was paired with a leather jacket.



Her boyfriend Josh McLellan was watching from the front row as Georgia strutted down the runway barefoot. She later changed into an orange patterned dress teamed with a brown studded belt.

Adding to the tribal vibe was gold jewellery that adorned her forehand.

Earlier in the day, Georgia had been spotted jetting in to Sydney ahead of her catwalk appearance with her boyfriend. She was showing off her toned stomach in a crop top that she paired with low-waist jeans.  


In January, Georgia's new shots for high street retailer H&M were revealed. In a clear indication that she has inherited her supermodel mother's genes, she stunned in the Rock'n'Roll Mansion collection for the Swedish brand in the series of sultry shots.

The British beauty , who has taken the modelling world by storm, admitted she is keen to continue her work in the industry but also revealed she would like to dabble in photography. "I'm really enjoying what I'm doing at the moment," she said.

"I'm still so young so it's hard for me to imagine what I might be doing in ten years time. I really like photography, so it would be great to do more of that in the future."


It's not the first time Georgia has worked with high street retailer H&M. In 2011, she joined forces with mum Jerry to star in the brand's Christmas campaign.

And previous to this coveted modelling gig, Georgia has fronted campaigns for some of the world's most prestigious brands, including Chanel, Marc Jacobs and Hudson jeans.

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