Georgia Hamilton was an American fashion model who rose to prominence in the late 1940s and 1950s. Born in California in 1925, she became one of the original Ford models and her stunning features graced the pages of top magazines like Life and Harper’s Bazaar.
She was married twice, first to photographer Stephen Elliott, and later to music publisher Marvin Cane. Georgia lived an adventurous life, she was an avid traveler and her love of new experiences took her to the East End, where she built her first house in Sagaponack. She continued to build more houses in the area over the years, leaving her mark in Bridgehampton, Southampton, and Wainscott.
Georgia Hamilton died in 1995 at the age of 70, leaving behind a legacy of beauty and elegance. Her spirit lives on through her stunning photos, which capture the essence of her youth and glamour. Today, she is remembered as one of the most iconic models of her time, and her impact on the fashion industry continues to inspire aspiring models and photographers.
With her stunning looks and charming personality, Georgia Hamilton was truly a trailblazer in the world of fashion, and her legacy will always be remembered as a symbol of beauty and grace.