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Georgia May Jagger thrilled with Billboard

Published 18/03/2013

Georgia May Jagger
Georgia May Jagger

Georgia May Jagger has tweeted her new campaign image for Madonna's clothing line Material Girl.

The model is the face of Madonna and her daughter Lourdes’ spring 2013 fashion collection.

Georgia took to Twitter to share her excitement at seeing her face on a poster in a prime New York City location.

"My new Material Girl billboard just went up in times square!!! (sic)" Georgia tweeted.

The theme of the new campaign is Material Girl goes to Hollywood. Georgia has been photographed in iconic tourist destinations such as the Hollywood sign, the Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills and the famous west coast burger joint, In-and-Out.

The daughter of model Jerry Hall and iconic rocker Sir Mick Jagger is seen posing on cars and also plays with a micro pig.

In the behind-the-scenes video on the Material Girl website, Georgia revealed more about the campaign shoot.

"We've been going all around Hollywood shooting at different iconic Hollywood locations. The highlight of my day was going up to the Hollywood sign as I've never been up there and meeting the tiny little pig," Georgia explained. "It's so cute."

Georgia also discussed what working with Madonna is like. She gushed about the pop icon's extensive wardrobe and sense of style.

"It's been such a great experience working with Madonna and Lola and doing Material Girl. They have such great style and they are both such lovely women," she continued. "If I was to borrow something from her wardrobe, it would be the iconic cone bra.”

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