Georgia May Jagger on Her Latest Volcom x GMJ Collection

The 70’s are back with Georgia May Jagger’s newest retro-inspired capsule collection.

Bold colors, prints and patterns make this throw-back collection pop while maintaining a feminine feel. True to her passion for sustainability, Georgia incorporated Repreve® recycled fabric in her GMJ Frochickie pieces as well as 82% Econyl® recycled nylon & 18% Elastane Digitally Printed Jersey in her swimsuits. Scroll down to shop the collection and get the scoop from Georgia herself on what inspired her to make these pieces!

“My favorite pieces in this collection are the red denim jacket and pant. I’ve been wanting to do something with red denim for a while and I love that it’s shrunken and tight in all the right places.”

– GMJ

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“This jumper is inspired by my mum because pink and red are her favorite colors.”

– GMJ

“We’ve got a really cute gingham pinafore dress which is really cute to wear over big t-shirts or long sleeve tops.”

– GMJ

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“With the gingham dress comes the matching skirt. Before designing this collection with Volcom I was looking at pictures of girls from the 70’s wearing matching outfits like these and that was kind of the inspiration.”

– GMJ

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“These white overalls are amazing because they’re really tight and they make everyone’s bum look good. They’re really fun and kind of have that 70’s thing with the flares on the bottom. You can wear them with boots, sneakers or high heels, whatever your heart desires.”

– GMJ

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“This hoody is super comfy and it’s got the spine detail on it which I love because I’m very into anatomy and Davinci-esque things which was kind of the inspiration for this. And I love white hoodies because they have a really clean look, especially if you can avoid getting stains on them.”

– GMJ

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“We’ve got the new swimsuit which is a remake of the black one that I loved so much from my first collection. Back then, we weren’t able to do any prints in a sustainable way so the team at Volcom found a way to do this digital print technique which is a great way to save tons of water.”

– GMJ