Georgia May Jagger believes her mother's style is "more Hollywood glamour" than hers.

Georgia May Jagger

Georgia May Jagger

The 24-year-old model - who is the daughter of Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger and his former spouse Jerry Hall - has hinted her parent has a better sense of style than she does, because her own fashion sense is "more casual" and "more London".

The blonde beauty - who has starred in fashion campaigns for luxury designer brands including Miu Miu, Chanel and Versace - told Prestige Hong Kong: "I love my mum's style of dressing but I'm a bit more casual, I'm more London. My mum is more Hollywood glamour."

However, the catwalk icon has revealed she thinks the fashion industry is going downhill, and isn't as "exciting" as it used to be.

Speaking about the fashion industry, which she has been a part of since she signed to Independent Models in 2008, Georgia said: "London Fashion Week used to be really exciting and then it kind of got put on the back burner as one of the less desirable fashion weeks and I think a lot of people stopped showing here.

"I don't actually watch that many shows ... But I liked that the models [for Gucci] didn't walk super fast, because I think that it makes it ethereal, but it's also super nice because you get to see the clothes. And for me, it was always stressful having to walk really fast.

"I actually already know in my head what I want to get."

Meanwhile Georgia has revealed she was "really shocked" Gucci's creative director Alessandro Michele approached her to design her Met Gala dress, which she has been allowed to keep.

Speaking about her ensemble for the star studded bash, she said: "I was really shocked because I thought that he could dress anyone he wants, so I was shocked that he wanted to dress me, but I think that he was quite into the fact that I was a bit younger and not so famous. He doesn't really care about dressing a celebrity, he just wants to dress people that he likes and he's just so into the beauty of life and it's just like unbelievable to work with him and see his whole process.

"It's my Met Ball dress [most treasured garment]. I got to keep it. He lets me keep everything I wear; he's so kind and generous. I can never stop singing his praises because he really has such a beautiful outlook on life."