On Monday evening, the Rolling Stones stopped by the preview of "Exhibitionism" at the Saatchi Gallery, where over 500 of the band's "artefacts" are on display. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts — who, per Daily Mail, have a combined age of 286 (thanks, DM!) — were there, but we were more struck by Jagger's daughter Georgia May, who wore a pinstriped, three-piece Antony Price suit for the occasion. Interestingly, according to The Telegraph, Antony Price worked with the Rolling Stones before and even designed the white mini dress Jerry Hall (Georgia May's mother) wore to marry Mick.
The 24-year-old model completed the look with a gold chain choker, a "Georgia" necklace and bright yellow, chunky heels that, while slightly jarring at first, somehow worked sartorially well with her suit. She also chose a surprisingly bright hue for her face in the form of orange eyeliner. And yes, yes she looked great. (Evidence below.)
But perhaps more importantly (at least for fans, anyway), the Rolling Stones' guitarist, Ronnie Wood, announced plans to release another album (possibly) this year. If anything can overshadow Georgia May's look, it's that news.
This post was updated to include credit information for Georgia May's outfit.