Georgia May Jagger, the 18-year-old daughter of Mick Jagger and model Jerry Hall, is starring on the November subscriber cover of Harper's Bazaar, and giving us the scoop on her rock 'n' roll roots.
Striking a provocative pose in a plunging black swimsuit and thigh-baring skirt from Lanvin for the Hedi Slimane-photographed shoot, the Hudson Jeans model admits, "My dad has more sparkly stuff than most men."
And according to the Model of the Year, he's also "not a very intimidating father figure."
As for mom Hall, Jagger claims that she's supportive of her topless modeling shots.
"She understands. It is pretty crazy, though. I didn't think that it was going to be on giant billboards everywhere."
And if the folks are cool with the topless shots, they probably won't bat an eyelid at the Chanel catwalker's racy black and white magazine shoot, which has her going sans shirt in a black Celine cape as well as posing in a sheer lace Gucci minidress.
Jagger -- who 'fesses up to swiping vintage pieces from the '60s and '70s from her dad's closet -- also opens up about style influences for her upcoming Hudson by Georgia May Jagger line (men's Wranglers and Guns N' Roses) and her own body image.
"When Mum was first modeling, it was all about that Thierry Mugler woman with the tiny waist and the giant ass," she says.
"They used to pad their hips. I think it's much sexier. I model jeans. You need a bum for those."
Well, it certainly helps. Maybe she can give Keith Richards some pointers?