Georgia May Jagger's Icons: Mom and Beyoncé

12/16/2011 at 12:00 PM ET

Georgia May Jagger
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As the daughter of The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger and model Jerry Hall, Georgia May Jagger has some pretty big shoes to fill — literally.

“My mum has the most amazing shoes, but she’s got such huge feet that they would never fit me,” she reveals to PEOPLE. “She’s a 42 and only Manolo Blahnik makes high heels for her shoe size, which is lucky.”

One thing the 19-year-old face of Rimmel clearly did inherit: dad Mick’s bee-stung pout. “My favorite way to wear lipstick is a matte, red lip,” she says of playing up her sizable mouth. “I try not to wear too much makeup on my skin because I find that sometimes [a lot of foundation] makes me look more tired and older.”

Other perks of being Georgia May include access to her mom’s vintage collection. “I get to borrow what I want, but I have to have supervision,” she divulges of disco-era duds including a tasseled red dress and a pair of hot pants. They’ve “got sequins all over them and they’re pretty cool,” she says coolly.

Her mother aside, other style icons include Drew Barrymore (though they’ve never met), Grace Jones (“so funky” and “so amazing”) and Beyoncé. “I just think she’s incredible,” she reveals. “I see her as quite strong, like you know, [an] independent woman as the song goes … or whatever.”

Justine Harman with reporting by Caris Davis


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Mims on material!

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