There is no denying Jerry Hall's beauty. By 1977, at 21 years old, the American model had already graced the covers of 40 magazines! This wild supermodel quickly gained a reputation for living life to the max (she frequented the popular club Studio 54) and once told Harper's Bazaar it was an LSD trip that inspired her to start modeling.
That didn't stop Hall from dominating the modeling industry. Her long blonde mane and piercing blue-green eyes helped make her one of the most recognizable faces. And her modeling expertise seems to have rubbed off on her daughter, Georgia May Jagger, a rising supermodel we applaud for staying true to who she is.
In honor of Hall's 57th birthday today, here's a look at some of her most memorable magazine covers. Check out those great vintage earrings!
Cosmopolitan UK, 1976: Ravishing in red.
L'Officiel, 1978: Rocking the menswear.
Desfile, 1981: We knew a face this beautiful would be destined for stardom.
Cosmopolitan UK, 1985: Those earrings are so '80s and so fab.
Vanity Fair, 1985: Between the sheets with Jerry.
Vogue, 1975: She's on the phone again -- this time, beautiful in all blue.
Madame Magazine, 2010: At 54, she can still model couture like a pro.
Ponystep Magazine, 2011: Seriously, does this woman ever age?
Georgia May Jagger seems to be following in her mother's footsteps...
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