Georgia May Jagger Now Aspires to Work for Victoria's Secret

British model Georgia May Jagger has revealed that while she might have never considered working for Victoria's Secret before, these days it is something she dreams of doing. Georgia comments that when she started out in her career she would rarely strip off or pose in underwear and didn't feel ready to be portrayed as a woman in the spotlight. Now, she does feel that way and thinks that Victoria's Secret highlight the sexiness of women beautifully which is why she now dreams of working with the famous lingerie company:

“I don’t think if you’d asked me three years ago I would have said yes, but yeah – I would [work with the brand], when I started out as a model it was with my Hudson campaign, but I didn’t want to do that many things where I was in my underwear, my fragrance campaign [for the new Just Cavalli scent] is quite sexy but I don’t really do nude pictures – I’m not shot in my underwear that much. I feel like Victoria’s Secret is more of a woman thing. You see the models and they’re all like Amazon women, with boobs, and when you’re younger you don’t feel that could be you. But I’d like to do it in the future.”

Georgia also says that many people presume she is bored of taking part in catwalk shows when really she feels as though she isn't doing enough and she would love to do more of them. She even feels that Fashion Week takes the pressure off of her as an individual which is something she likes for a change of pace:

“People always ask me if I still enjoy doing shows, as if I’m really bored of them, but I’ve hardly done any. I’m going to do more, I actually really enjoy them, I work by myself a lot, doing shoots and stuff, so it’s nice to feel like the pressure’s not all on me – as silly as that sounds. Of course, the pressure is on you for that one moment you’re out there but the rest of the time you’re hanging out with everyone else backstage and it’s fun not being by yourself.”


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