An even wilder Jagger

2013-01-27 10:01

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Rock star Mick Jagger’s love of women has over the years received just about as much publicity as his music.

After all, the lead singer of The Rolling Stones has seven children with four different women.

Now it appears his daughter from his second marriage, to the supermodel Jerry Hall, is no shrinking violet herself.

Elizabeth Jagger (28) is the new face and body of Skiny, an Austrian lingerie brand.

During a photoshoot in South Africa, she posed comfortably with zebras, rhinos and leopards.

Jagger is following in the Skiny footsteps of supermodels Naomi Campbell and Helena Christensen.

The brand has been in existence for 26 years. The new campaign – Who Scares? – is based on an Out of Africa safari theme.

Jagger is no stranger to baring almost all.

She took her clothes off for Playboy in 2011, and a few months ago shed them again when she posed with only a strategically placed fish in a protest against fish poaching.

But the Skiny photo session with wild animals as models was a different challenge.

The photos were taken at the Buffelsfontein Game Reserve on the west coast, at the lodge of Mosaic Farm in the Overberg and on the beach at Llandudno outside Cape Town.

Frikkie Loubser, who is in charge of marketing at Buffelsfontein, said the reserve is very popular for photo sessions, both locally and internationally.

“We don’t really have much to do with the group itself, and we don’t always know who is in it.

“We try to help where we can, so that they have everything they need,” said Loubser.

He says their game walk around freely, and no animals are tamed to pose for photos.

“We have a lion that was reared by hand, but it is still a wild animal.”

The Skiny range, made of cotton, is marketed as “fun and fresh”.

Elizabeth says it’s exactly what she likes: “That’s my kind of underwear ... beautiful, sexy, comfortable and good quality.”

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