Georgia May Jagger was inspired to design a new jean collection for Hudson by her mother Jerry Hall.
Georgia May Jagger's new collection for Hudson jeans was inspired by her mother.
The 19-year-old rising catwalk star - who is also the face of the brand - revealed she loves the style of her mother Jerry Hall, so much that she has "practically devoted this line to her".
Georgia said: "I once said my parents were embarrassing as everyone's parents tend to be. It got taken in a negative way when really it was all quite light hearted. My mum is such a great role model. I've practically devoted this line to her. To have such a long career is amazing.
"It all started with me looking at pictures of people wearing jeans I admired, like mum in the 70s. I always wanted a pair of jeans with lace up the side so it was always an aim to create a pair that incorporated that but were easy to wear. I also really wanted to do mid-rise shapes - I think they look much more flattering. Then I started collecting fabrics and looking at colours."
While Georgia is happy with her denim line, she admitted she would love to branch out into other areas of design.
The blonde beauty - whose father is Rolling Stone frontman Sir Mick Jagger - explained to vogue.com: "I am just so thrilled to be doing this at such a young age but I wouldn't mind trying something else. I'd like to do shoes or maybe dresses. I'd really like to learn how to cut a beautiful dress."