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March 05, 2011  | by: Sydney Scott

Bianca Jagger

Needless to say, Bianca Jagger is one of the most iconic women in fashion. Besides having been married to Mick Jagger, the Nicaraguan born beauty is famous in her own right. The former Mrs. Jagger was a sensation during the 1970s and ’80s with some of the most admired designers including Yves Saint Laurent and Halston. She was a fixture at Studio 54 and a close friend of Andy Warhol.

Bianca Jagger oozed sex appeal and originality with her dark features and amazing style. She could often be seen at Studio 54 wearing turbans, hooded jumpsuits, Grecian dresses, furs, and sequins. Jagger was the epitome of the glamorous socialite, famously arriving on a white horse at Studio 54 on her birthday, which is regarded as one of the chicest parties of all time.

Jagger attended some of the most star-studded events and private parties at the homes of fashion’s elite. But, besides her awesome fashion credentials, Jagger is also known for her humanitarianism. She campaigns for women’s rights and environmental issues, performed duties as a Goodwill Ambassador, and was vocal about her disapproval of the US invasion of Iraq. Bianca Jagger not only became a fashion icon, but used her status to make a difference and an impact on the world.

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