turn up and [just] stand there," she says. "What's interesting about Georgia, Cara and Edie is that they think about what they're doing. They don't expect to just stand there in a dress."
Sweater by 3.1 Phillip Lim; skirt by Roberto Cavalli; bag by Katie Grand Loves Hogan
Certainly, Grand sees Jagger's work as at the highest levels: "When you work with Kate [Moss] or Stella [Tennant] and the girls who worked with Avedon, like Stephanie Seymour, they really go into this trance and try to give the photographer something, which is what Georgia does." Jagger agrees: "Definitely. If you don't enjoy it and you don't want to be part of a team, you shouldn't be doing it."
They may have differing aesthetics, but Jagger has a similar poise to her mother. Just look at her recent headline-stealing appearance at Cannes: she had turned to Hall, a pro at red-carpet events, for prep advice. "I spent the day before with my mom. She gave me a few things and I ended up with a lot of sequins!"
Having Jerry Hall as a mother, Jagger is seldom wanting for
inspiration, and frequently makes raids on her closet. Though Hall sold a vast amount of her couture in 2008 at an auction for homelessness charity Emmaus, there are still pieces that her daughters (there is also model/actress, Lizzie, 29) fight over. "There was a red Vivienne Westwood ballgown I had my eye on – I've no idea where that's gone. Probably in my sister's closet," sighs Jagger. "She has all these amazing shoes, but I can't wear any of them without looking like I'm dressing up. She looked in my closet the other day and said, 'Why don't you have any heels?' She doesn't get it!"
Grand congratulates Jagger on her footwear choice today, a Chloé cowboy boot. "Cowboy boots make the ankle look slimmer – which is what my trainers do," she says, picking up a zebra-print Hogan 194
“I spent the day before CANNES with my MOM. I ended up with a lot of SEQUINS!”