Georgia Hilmer was born in New York and raised in New Jersey. First spotted in her local cinema as a teen, she skipped school to work her first season of fashion weeks, starring in the likes of Marc Jacobs's Over The Rainbow show in 2010, which saw models being torn out of a butcher paper wrapping by the designer himself. Returning to school, she took time out of modelling to pass high school graduation, but returned when school was out. She has since cruised the catwalk for the likes of Ann Demeuleester, Saint Laurent Paris and Maison Martin Margiela and most recently, starred in Chanel's couture show. Last year, she showed off Chanel's jewellery reissue of 1932 gems in a Dazed Digital exclusive shot by Adrian Crispin. More recently still, she brought a dewy-faced beauty in the Western-inspired heatwave of Emma Wyman's Cabin Fever feature in Dazed's May issue, shot by Chad Moore.