Georgia May Jagger's biker-inspired collection for Mulberry goes on sale

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Georgia May Jagger's biker-inspired capsule collection for luxury brand Mulberry has hit the stores. The 23-year-old, who has created a range of leather jackets, pouches and printed stoles, looks as effortlessly cool as ever in the striking new campaign images coinciding with the launch of the designs.


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Georgia May Jagger does biker chic in the new campaign

The images see the blonde beauty rocking one of the collection's personalised jackets, emblazoned with her initials and a fox-print motif. Showing off her enviably toned legs in a miniskirt, Georgia looks every inch a supermodel as she smoulders for the cameras, stood next to a motorbike.

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The British star, who has already fronted campaigns for the high fashion label, is not the first model to collaborate with the brand - Cara Delevingne also created a capsule collection of accessories for the designer.

In the accompanying campaign video, the young star explained why she had chosen to design a biker jacket when she first teamed up with Mulberry.

"After doing the first campaign Mulberry approached me about doing a jacket which was really exciting," she revealed. "We talked about lots of different things, but eventually we decided that I wanted to do my ultimate biker jacket."

The daughter of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall first revealed the news on Instagram, proudly unveiling a sneak peek of the jacket with her 662,000 followers.

"So excited to share this: my new collaboration with @Mulberry_Editor," she captioned a black-and-white photo of herself rocking pieces from the new range. "Launching 1st September! We've made the my dream leather Biker Jacket… sign up on to find out more. #MulberryGMJ."

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