Daughter of rock music icon Mick Jagger, Jade Jagger's childhood, concurrent with the halcyon days of the pop art scene in New York, includes memories of Andy Warhol’s 'Factory', as an early inspiration, nurturing Jade's talent for painting. Andy Warhol, in his inimitable candor and wit, made the oft-repeated comment, “I love Mick and Bianca, but Jade’s more my speed. I taught her how to color and she showed me how to play Monopoly. She was four and I was forty-four.”
Jade began her career as an artist in the late 1980’s, after studying painting in Florence she held numerous successful exhibitions of her works. Her critical and commercial success drew attention from industry giants including Asprey & Garrard. She was awarded with appointment in September 2000 to Fine Jeweller to the House after her seven-year stint as Creative Director to this, the worlds oldest luxury brand. Jade’s maverick sensibility, combining refined luxury and grounded values, continues to carve multi-facets for the her design brand.