Georgia May Jagger looks angelic in white tiered dress

Georgia May Jagger looks angelic in white tiered dress

Georgia May Jagger made her presence known when she attended the Thomas Sabo Brand Event at in Vienna, Austria on Thursday afternoon.

Accompanied by Formula One driver Nico Rosberg, the 23-year-old looked gorgeous and ethereal in a stunning white ensemble.

The flowing ivory coloured dress featured tiered layers and crochet patterned stitchwork, while a black tie added a Victoriana twist to the look.

She wore her blonde tresses in loose tousled waves and enhanced her striking complexion with a rose tinted pout and sultry eyes.

Good friends: The two stars, who brand ambassadors for Thomas Sabo, happily posed for pictures 

Georgia, who is the daughter of Rolling Stones rocker Mick Jagger and model Jerry Hall, stood tall in thigh-high leather boots, while accessorising with bold silver jewellery - no doubt Thomas Sabo items.

Not to be outdone in the style stakes, the 30-year-old sportsman cut a stylish figure in a chic navy jacket and tailored grey trousers, teamed with classic suede brogues.

Following the photo session at the store, the two stars enjoyed the beautiful sights and surroundings of the city by taking a tour in a horse and carriage.

Last week, the British model looked phenomenal in the sheer black Gucci number as she headed to the British Fashion Awards in London.

The sheer floor-length frock, which boasted black polka dots and a cream under coat, fitted her tall, slender frame perfectly.

Meanwhile, despite being one of the world’s most in-demand models, Georgia recently revealed she has recorded songs with close pals Cara Delevingne and Suki Waterhouse.

In an interview with Grazia magazine, she said: 'We wrote a country song one night. My boyfriend produces music, so he helped make us a beat and we wrote the lyrics.

'It’s about girls on the road without men, listening to the radio, that kind of thing. We’ve done a couple of songs.'

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