Elizabeth Scarlett Jagger, daughter of celebrated rock genius Mick Jagger and American model/actress Jerry Hall, is igniting the fashion scene.
Lizzie began her career by modeling for Thierry Mugler’s designs, walking the runway with her mother. Soon after, she was featured in Tommy Hilfiger’s advertising campaign alongside other famous rocker daughters, Alexandra and Theodora Richards. Later that year, Lizzie was asked to flash her beautiful face for Lancome cosmetics. Continuing in the spirit of brand campaigns, she was later showcased in the 2005 collections from the trend-setting fashion brand, Mango. Now, it’s J. Lindeberg’s turn to expose more of Lizzie’s fashionable attributes.
Since its first collection in 1997, J. Lindeberg has been dishing out dynamic sportswear. Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, this fashion empire includes ski and golf lines, runway shows for men and women’s apparel, as well as stores around the world. In addition, J. Lindeberg also releases a biannual book that’s a creative mix of art and fashion. This is where Lizzie comes in. Most recently, Lizzie was spotlighted in the spring/summer 2012 book with breathtaking images captured at the legendary rock music venue, The Stone Pony. Eric Guillemain photographed the full-color spread in high sun, with images reflecting the architectural and imaginative surroundings. Katie Burnett styled Lizzie in classic pantsuits, billowing wide-leg trousers, and relaxed maxi-length dresses. John McKay provided minimalistic makeup for the outdoor shoot. Something magical was created between the iconic location, relaxed wardrobe, and Lizzie’s easy-going attitude.
From beauty campaigns, to runway shows and fashion advertisements, this eclectic girl is on the rise.
A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.