With her tousled blonde locks, heavily kohled eyes, pillow lips and gap-toothed pout, Georgia May Jagger is a dead ringer for Brigitte Bardot in these new shots for high street retailer H&M.
The model, who is the daughter of Rolling Stones star Mick Jagger and who has clearly inherited supermodel mother Jerry Hall's genes, fittingly showcases the Rock'n'Roll Mansion collection for the Swedish brand in the series of sultry shots.
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Encapsulating the mix of music and fashion found in the collection, with a studded white biker jacket and tie-dye jeans mixed with boucle jackets and a belted shift dress, the British model smoulders in the shoot that took place at a sprawling British mansion.
The 20-year-old, surrounded by guitars drum kits and motorbikes as she was shot by famed photographer Terry Richardson, is seen modelling highlights from the collection while she sports a 60s style look.
"I love the the dress," Georgia said of the tweed number from the line. "It's such a versatile piece, and full of new rock 'n' roll spirit.
"I think music influences fashion and has done so for generations," she added. "Music creates a certain mood and then people dress accordingly. I think it's all quite closely intertwined."
And Georgia's own style reflects the mix in the collection. "I don't really have an every day," she said. "I wear what makes me feel good. It can be skinny jeans one day, and dresses and boots another."
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.