The fifty-five most iconic pieces of the short trajectory of the model and late designer L’Wren Scott, that one day they wore stars like Mick Jagger (77 years old), Penelope Cruz (47) the Madonna (62), will be auctioned until July 1. The objective is finance a scholarship at the prestigious Central Saint Martins school.
100% of the proceeds will go to support the scholarship of studies with the name of the designer, who launched Jagger himself in 2015, together with the prestigious London school of design Central Saint Martins.
Helps finance a particular student enter this competitive world and support the next generation of imaginative designers “, explained the sales director of Christie’s, who thinks Scott would be “very happy to know this is happening.”
Born as Luann Bam Brough In Utah, she began her modeling career in Paris when she was only 18 years old, but from the age of twelve she was already creating and redesigning her own clothes, since, due to her tall stature – more than 1.80 centimeters – she had difficulties finding clothes of your size.
A fact that Christie’s sales director, Caitlin Yates, qualifies as “simply inspiring”, because that early interest in fashion and clothing, later developed as a model, stylist and, finally, designer, until his death in 2014.
In total they trust to collect between 81,389 and 174,405 euros, although they assure that pieces of such value as the golden dress with which in 2012 Penelope Cruz “stole the spotlights” during the preview of Skyfall in London, they fatten the final figure.
“Use all the glamour of Hollywood: it is completely covered with a gold sequence and the interior hugs the body and makes it very comfortable to wear “, Yates describes about the garment of the Madrid actress, who was one of the” great clients and friends “of the deceased. designer.
Like Cruz, many other celebrities like Nicole Kidman (53), Sarah Jessica Parker (56), the Amy Adams (46), among others, trusted Scott to dress them at events and red carpets of the highest level. According to Yates, it was the relationships she built with her clients and her ability to make them feel safe and trust her designs for their most important moments that made her unique.
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