The New Zealand-born model's career started when she was just sixteen. Balmain, Elie Saab, Off-White, Topshop, and Emilia Wickstead are among the brands that have asked her to walk. But it's her gig as a Victoria's Secret model that propelled her to supermodel status.
We caught up with the 26-year-old ahead of her whirlwind trip down under. Where she stunned at 2019 Portsea Polo and Stella Artois' annual Sensorium Welcome dinner.
Here, Georgia reveals her penchant for sheet-masks, avocados, plus how she really gets those abs...
Congratulations on absolutely killing it at the Victoria’s Secret show – again! What’s the first thing you do after it’s all over?
“Thank you, it was such a blast! I was fortunate enough to have my mum and sister in town cheering me on so the first thing I did was give them a big hug and celebrate with a delectable dinner in NYC.”
How do you look after your skin?
“Luckily, I’ve managed to get away with a less is more approach, but the more I’m working, (and flying) I’ve realized how important it is to look after my skin. I deeply cleanse, then use a serum and follow it up with a moisturizer! I’ve recently tried using sheet masks and eye gel patches before events or after big flights, and I do believe they work wonders.”
Can you talk us through your regime?
"As soon as I finish shooting, I take off my make up with Bioderma Crealine, its strong enough to remove a smokey eye, but super gentle. In the evening I’ll use Biologique recherché p50 exfoliating lotion, or an exfoliator a few times a week. I then use Cosmedix lotion, and if I need extra moisture, Barbara Sturm moisturizer is so nourishing."
What’s your go-to off duty beauty look?
“All natural. My work has me constantly in all kinds of make-up so when I am off, I like to keep everything fresh and clean. But if I do one thing, its fluff up my brows and perhaps pop some concealer under my eyes.”
Your followers know that you sweat it out in the gym regularly, which beauty products are in your gym bag?
“Dry shampoo if I don’t have time to wash my locks, and some face wipes to cleanse on the go, and not really a beauty product but a big bottle of water which I think is just as important for your skin.”
What is the best backstage makeup tip that you have received?
“The most important thing for me is to not cover your skin too much, prep and moisturize first, and if you are using foundation, make sure it’s the correct shade."
Are you a fan of beauty treatments?
“I don’t get them often, but I love facial – hydrating and oxygen facials as well as using are the best! Melanie Grant in Sydney is my go-to favourite anytime I have some spare time."
What does a typical day on a plate look like for you?
"I always struggle with this question, because I don’t have a typical day, it’s always different. For breakfast that may be an omelette with vegetables and a side of avocado or, a Made Of Protein Shake blended to be more like a bowl with nuts and berries. Lunch could be a salad with salmon and avocado, and dinner something like that too. But most importantly, I try not to deprive myself, will allow myself a treat without overindulging, and listen to my body."
How do you unwind with such a busy schedule?
"My 2019 has started with a bang! I have been nonstop all month. when I have free time, even if it’s just a day, I love to spend it with my sister and my nieces. If I am home in New York, I will play the piano or go for a walk outside and just enjoy the city. I also listen to lots of podcasts to try and pass time whilst travelling so much.
What’s the best thing about summer in Australia?
"The weather, and of course the beach! The vibe is just incomparable to anywhere else. Everyone is out and about, enjoying themselves – It instantly puts you in a good mood."