Jerry Hall fashion model
July 2, 1956
6 ft 0 in | 183 cm
35-24-36 in | 88-61-91 cm
61 kg | 135 pounds
10 US | 41 EU
Jerry Faye Hall was born in Gonzales, Texas, United States, on July 2, 1956 is an American supermodel. She was discovered on Saint Tropez beach by fashion model scout Claude Haddad. Long time highly ranked on Legends List by models.com.
Jerry has been featured in numerous advertising campaigns and fashion magazines covers worldwide. She graced the cover of the 1975 Roxy Music Album "Siren". She was in relationship with Bryan Ferry, he gave her an engagement ring. She has four children with lead singer of Rolling Stones Mick Jagger. Hall is a mother of fashion model Georgia Jagger. She married Rupert Murdoch in London, England on March 2016.
Jerry also as a actress appeared in films Urban Cowboy (1980) with John Travolta, Batman (1989) directed by Tim Burton, Vampire in Brooklyn (1995) opposite Eddie Murphy.
Appeared in advertising campaigns for L'Oreal, Reserved, Vivienne Westwood, MAC,H&M, Chanel, Thierry Mugler, Burberry.
Represented by agencies London TESS Management, Hamburg Mega Model Agency, NY Iconicfocus Models, Zurich Visage Management.
Acting and modelling are good, but motherhood is what it's all about.
Well, I think mostly we're dressing for men.
My first airplane trip was to Paris. I had this fantasy that I would become a model, and I did!
I don't like to be rushed. I plan my outfits for the week in advance. I find the appropriate outfit for each occasion, try it on, make sure it is in good condition and have it all ready with shoes, handbag and accessories laid out in my dressing room. Fashion is such a huge part of my career, I have to think ahead.
When I was young, I was a sucker for smooth men. Bryan Ferry hired me, at 19, to be painted blue and dress up as a mermaid for the cover of his album 'Siren.' It was love at first sight.
Yves Saint Laurent was my first fashion show. I wore his tuxedo. And Helmut Newton was my first photographer, in 1973. I was really very lucky. I had an amazing career.
My face and body have been a tool for my career, and I'm very conscious of that aspect and try and keep it the best I can.
Mick Jagger and I just really liked each other a lot. We talked all night. We had the same views on nuclear disarmament.