Georgia May Jagger takes Milan by storm in black wig

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Georgia May Jagger shunned her usual tumbling blonde locks for a striking raven wig as she took to the Fendi runway as part of Milan Fashion Week on Thursday.

The model, who is the daughter or Sir Mick Jagger and supermodel Jerry Hall, was almost unrecognisable in the hairpiece and even bore a resemblance to her rock legend father.



Georgia, 21, was joined by best friend and housemate Cara Delevingne on the catwalk, whose trademark heavy brows were covered by the black wig. The pair posed with Fendi creative director Karl Lagerfeld backstage.

The Fendi collection focused on our digital obsession. Layers of orange and pink organza were cut to resemble different pages open in a web browser, while one leather skirt was designed like a circuit board.

Hyperlinks, blogs and design software were also mentioned in the show notes. "I love to use in a funny way words from the visual web communication world," Karl said backstage.


The Italian brand did, however, stay true to its luxe aesthetic with feminine floaty offerings in a colour palette of red and pinks.

Geometric shapes were key, with accents of fur decorating the accessories.

Cara and Georgia had jetted to Milan from London, where they both walked in the Giles show.


Georgia had also joined her dad as he supported his fashion designer girlfriend L'Wren Scott at her fashion show on Sunday. The pair were front row to cheer on the Americna-born designer.

Cara recently starred in a short film for Fendi, shot by Karl Lagerfeld on the outskirts of Rome.

The seven minute picture stars fellow model Saskia de Brauw and fashion muse Amanda Harlech and sees Cara playing the character of vulnerable girl.

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