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L'Wren Scott Poster

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Overview (4)

Date of Birth 28 April 1964USA
Date of Death 17 March 2014Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA  (suicide)
Birth NameLaura Bambrough
Height 6' 3" (1.91 m)

Mini Bio (1)

L'Wren Scott was born on April 28, 1964 in the USA as Laura Bambrough. She is known for her work on Diabolique (1996), Ocean's Thirteen (2007) and Shine a Light (2008). She was married to Andrew Brand and Andrew Ladsky. She died on March 17, 2014 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.

Spouse (2)

Andrew Brand (1993 - 1997) (divorced)
Andrew Ladsky (1990 - 1993) (divorced)

Trivia (5)

Designer and model.
Was partners with Mick Jagger for 13 years.
Was longtime friend of Nicole Kidman (for 25 years), André Leon Talley.
From 2001, until her death 13 years later in 2014, she was in a relationship with Mick Jagger.
(March 17, 2014) Was found dead, by hanging, by her assistant at 200 11th Avenue in Chelsea, Manhattan around 10 a.m.

Personal Quotes (34)

I exercise five days a week at home.
Women of every age and size really just want to look sexy, while retaining their power and dignity.
Random things are luxurious to people. It's personal.
There's lots of things you pull out lipstick for.
I believe in stopping work and eating lunch.
Every season I try to top myself, and push it a little further.
After working with clothes for so long, it seemed right to design them.
People often try to disguise televisions. I always think that makes it worse. It is what it is!
If you don't feel good in it, don't wear it. Because it'll never look good. Any hesitation in the fitting room and just walk away.
I take a multivitamin, vitamin D, and omega-3 oils every day, and if I'm stressed or run- down, I bulk up on vitamin C and zinc.
I am obsessed with proportion, and how proportion is perceived.
I am a fashion designer, so I guess that makes me an overpacker.
Guys understand a waistline. They understand a silhouette.
Everyone has this perception that the bloggers, they say horrible things about you and they hide behind their computers where you can't see them.
Everyone has their own special set of problems - in their own minds.
I had to learn to sew when I was growing up, because nothing else fitted me.
I dress for men.
I don't like to dictate the style to the customer, I believe people give something their own trend.
I didn't particularly like being objectified.
I am only six foot three, by the way.
In the future, I'd like to make jewelry and sell it under my own name. But right now, I've got enough on my plate!
I'm always working. I work wherever I am.
I never eat where the hotel recommends. I do my own research and then try the most highly rated options.
I love a real-life, movie moment in living color.
I have a very big family and a lot of friends, and buying presents is one of my favorite things to do.
The biggest part of my fashion choices is how comfortable it is.
Peruvian food is so simple yet amazingly flavored with their traditional spices.
My theory is that balance is key - nothing in excess.
Luxury is a state of mind.
It's so important your customer can rely on you for your classics.
One should always try to do the best you possibly can. I'm not in a race to the finish line - I won't put anything out until it's completely ready. You want to keep it special and unique for the customer.
It was always sort of my dream to make handbags and I wanted a handbag that was very sharp, very structured, very tailored... I wanted a bag you could put all of your things in it, you can open it, you could close it, you could hid all your tricks, but it's not all lumpy.
I've never met a woman who thinks they've got a good enough figure - however perfect they look - which is sad, because no one else can see these perceived flaws; they're entirely internal.
You can celebrate the female form in comfort.

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