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What Model Georgia May Jagger Can’t Live Without

Photo-Illustration: Courtesy Wrangler

If you’re like us, you’ve probably wondered what famous people add to their carts. Not the JAR brooch and Louis XV chair but the hairspray and the electric toothbrush. We asked model Georgia May Jagger — who is the face of Wrangler’s spring/summer 2021 collection — about the fabric dye, boots, and red lipstick she can’t live without.

My family has been tie-dyeing for years. I grew up doing it. You know when you put something red in the white wash by accident and it dyes everything pink? My mom always did stuff like that. But instead of getting rid of things when that happened, we would just tie-dye them. I’m pretty good at tie-dye, but my mom is really good. It’s really fun and I got back into it during quarantine. I’m obsessed with this Dylon stuff. You can buy a kit if you’re a beginner or you can buy individual colors. I like to take an old spray bottle, clean it out, put the dye in there, and kind of spray it on. I’ve tie-dyed bits of chiffon to make scarves, T-shirts, and I recently dyed a rug. It was white and kind of looking a little worse for wear, so I dyed it purple.

I basically live in two pairs of Doc Martens and the Jadon Max is one of them. They have a thick sole that makes me feel taller and also like I mean business. I always wear them on a plane because otherwise they’ll be the heaviest thing in my suitcase.

I grew up having Sunday family lunches and lots of family meals, so making time to cook for loved ones has always been important to me. I’m not into having a million gadgets — if you have a Dutch oven, a frying pan, and a knife, I don’t think you really need much else in your kitchen. Le Creuset’s Dutch ovens are expensive, but I’ve had mine since I moved out on my own at 18. It has been 11 years now and it still looks brand-new. It’s so multipurpose: I’ll make a shepherd’s pie in mine or use it to slow-cook stews. My favorite thing to make in it is roast chicken with gravy and a lot of garlic. After I have that for dinner, I’ll make chicken soup in the Dutch oven with all the leftovers. It helps me stretch my food so I don’t waste anything. My mom has one, too — she bakes her sourdough in it. You don’t need a fancy bread oven or anything like that, you just need a Dutch oven.

I’ve always been really bad at taking vitamins. Some people, especially people in L.A., are really obsessed with them. It’s a whole thing out here: Everyone has a big routine with a million different supplements and whatnot. But I find that really difficult. My sister put me on to Smarty Pants after she started taking its prenatal vitamins when she was pregnant. I take these chewable multivitamins. The formula is woman-specific and the vitamins taste like candy. They kind of remind me of the Flintstones chewable vitamins I had when I was a kid. I actually look forward to taking them.