►Jerry Hall: Super Model in Demand

Thursday, April 23, 2009

The woman Mick Jagger wrote Missing You for has signed a contract with Ford Modeling agency. The 52-year-old gorgeous blonde used to work with the Ford Agency and now, she's back again. Better and stronger than ever.

Finally, we boomers have models we identify with instead of anorexic 16 and 17 year olds. We applaud you Lagerfeld.

The mother of four has just completed a huge Chanel campaign photographed and designed by Karl Lagerfeld. Her popularity is undeniable and her looks; smoldering hot. Tssszzzzzt.

Hall, who will be 53 on July 2 was born in Gonzales, Texas and currently lives in London with her children.

The super model trend of women out of their teens and signing major campaigns is Claudia Schiffer (38) who is doing campaign work for Bally and Christie Turlington (40) is in the latest Yves Saint Laurent ads.

Dawn Bonner, Editor in Chief

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stephanie miller,  April 24, 2009 at 1:36 AM  

she has such of a classic timeless look, as if she stepped out of the glamorous 40s era, yet still contemporary.

dawn, you are right, we over 40 do now have role models, who perhaps we can learn how to dress stylishly and appropriately for our age. would be great, i may be getting older, doesn't mean i don't care how i look.

will be interesting to see her style and how much they use her. glad of this. good article.

Anonymous,  April 25, 2009 at 4:35 PM  

OMG, she is f'ng beautiful. Wow.

Vance Wallace, New Jersey

Anonymous,  June 12, 2009 at 10:42 PM  

dawn, your right shes boomer hot. ooofta. question is whyd jagger let her get away?

Anonymous,  June 26, 2009 at 9:30 PM  

gr8t 2 c woman over 17 modelling, in demand & 2 b acknowledged for beauty, not age.

thank u

rinny harris

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