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Georgia May Jagger loves to wear men's jewellery

FashionBy Sunday World
Georgia May Jagger loves to wear men's jewellery

Georgia May Jagger wears "a lot" of men's jewellery.

The 24-year-old supermodel - who is the brand ambassador for the accessories brand Thomas Sabo - has admitted she regularly adorns "chunky" necklaces from the company's menswear line because it suits her style better than the women's range.

Speaking to about her favourite accessories, the blonde beauty said: "I wear a lot of the boy's jewellery - the chains as well - so it's kind of good for my style because I like wearing chunky jewellery.

However, the catwalk icon - who is the daughter of Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger and his ex-wife Jerry Hall - has revealed a necklace her sister Jade, 44, designed for all of her siblings for her wedding is her ultimate favourite accessory.

She said: "My sister's a jewellery designer so probably one of the things she made. [She made] a little necklace for her wedding for all us sisters. It's a matching thing with a little diamond that she made especially for us. She paints it all first. And it's quite amazing because she buys the gems and stuff in India and works with the gem first, then imagines later what it's going to be. So it's quite interesting as a process.

The blonde beauty has revealed she treasures pieces her mother has given to her.

She said: "I also have a lot of my mom's old jewellery so I wear a lot of that."

But, Georgia has admitted some of those keepsakes she stole from her mother's jewellery collection.

Speaking previously, she said: "I have a lot of her costume jewellery from when she was modelling, like stuff from Chanel. It was funny because I asked her the other day, 'When you first worked for Chanel, who was the designer there?' She was like, 'Coco Chanel.' I was like, 'Oh my god, really?' It's quite amazing.

"They're like gold chains and, you know, big bangles. The '80s was kind of all about that big, chunky costume jewellery and I think that's going to come back."