Georgia May Jagger to hit the catwalk in Milan

The model daughter of Rolling Stone Sir Mick Jagger will hit the runway on February 21 for Italian label Just Cavalli. 

Roberto Cavalli announced this morning that Georgia May Jagger, daughter of rock 'n' roll musician Sir Mick Jagger and supermodel Jerry Hall, will take part in the upcoming Just Cavalli Fall/Winter 2013-14 fashion show, set to take place at the Arco della Pace in Milan this Thursday, February 21.

Georgia May Jagger is one of the rising stars of the fashion world, having appeared in campaigns for Hudson Jeans, Rimmel London, Macy's and Chanel. While she is far from a stranger to editorials and adverts, Georgia May is not a catwalk regular.

She appeared in a 2010 Chanel show and last year lined up alonside a selection of supermodels (including Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell, among others) for the closing ceremony of the 2012 Olympic games. 

London-based Jagger, who is reported to be sharing a flat with model of the moment Cara Delevingne, is also the face of the new Just Cavalli for Her fragrance.

Jagger's mother Jerry Hall was one of fashion's biggest stars in the 1970s and 1980s, appearing on numerous covers of Vogue and Cosmopolitan, and appearing in shows and campaigns for the biggest names in the industry including Versace and Diane von Furstenberg. 

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