What a touching tribute.
Christina Hendricks was one of the many celebrities who adored L’Wren Scott’s beautiful fashions. So in honor of the late designer, she wore a gorgeous green L’Wren Scott frock at the Mad Men event during PaleyFest on Friday. How sartorially sentimental!
The actress was also joined at the event by co-stars Elisabeth Moss and Jessica Pare.
Elisabeth’s short black Emilio Pucci was probably our least favorite of the group, but she still looked seXXXy — especially with those bright red Brian Atwood pumps!
Our favorite look, however, was Jessica Pare’s Roksanda Ilincic frock. Loving the contrast of the orange details on the blue-gray herringbone fabric! Christian Louboutin pumps and a simple clutch completed her look.
Kiernan Shipka was also there in a blossom printed Dolce & Gabbana frock! Her ensem totally screamed spring.
You can see more photos of the lovely ladies (below)!
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We can't even imagine what a heart-breaking time this has to be for Mick Jagger.
The Rolling Stones frontman has flown back to the States after postponing multiple Australian tour dates due amidst this very devastating time.
Wanting the best for L'Wren Scott's memory, we hear he is to begin making funeral arrangements for his girlfriend of nearly 13 years.
According to his rep:
"Mick has arrived in L.A. where he is with his daughter Karis [Jagger's daughter with actress Marsha A. Hunt] and her family who live there."
His rep added that
L'Wren Scott's suicide by hanging has been confirmed, the New York medical examiner's office announced yesterday.
The designer was found dead in her home by her assistant on Monday, and since then the fashion and celebrity worlds have been trying to come to terms with her untimely death.
Financial problems have been cited as a probable cause of the 49-year-old's death, and her partner of 12 years, Mick Jagger, canceled The Rolling Stones tour in Australia following the news.
Our thoughts and prayers are still with L'Wren's family and friends.
If you or someone you know is struggling with depression or thoughts of suicide, please seek help by calling the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255.
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While the fashion world grapples with the very sad news of L'Wren Scott's death, new details have emerged that may shed a light on why the talented designer may have taken her own life.
According to public financial records, L'Wren's fashion company, LS Fashion Ltd., was $5.9 million in debt as of December 31, 2012.
The 49-year-old was reportedly unable to pay suppliers and employees, and had canceled her presentation during London Fashion Week just last month, citing that materials for the clothes had failed to arrive.
Although we can never know for sure, it seems that these financial woes may have contributed to the designer's unfortunate fate.
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This was bound to happen.
Yesterday, both Mick Jagger enthusiasts and fashion fanatics were shocked by the news of L’Wren Scott’s apparent suicide.
Mick was in Australia at the time of his girlfriend’s passing, and was about to kick off a six-concert tour with the Rolling Stones.
But as we reported, the singer was left “shocked and devastated” by the news of L’Wren’s death. In light of this, the Stones have cancelled their tour’s Wednesday kick-off.
The concert organizer released a statement saying:
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We still can't wrap our head around why someone so beautiful and talented would take their own life!
Mick Jagger is currently mourning the death of his girlfriend of 12 years, designer/model L'Wren Scott—leaving him completely devastated and in shock over her sudden suicidal passing yesterday.
In order to begin the very difficult grieving process, The Rolling Stones frontman released a heartfelt statement about L'Wren via his personal Facebook page earlier today:
The fashion world is understandably reeling from the tragic news of designer L'Wren Scott's death.
Anna Wintour took to Vogue's website to release a statement and offer her condolences.
Wintour was often seated front-row at L'Wren's presentations and featured the designer's creations in the pages of her magazine.
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