'She Was Such A Big Part Of My Life:' Georgia May Jagger's Moving Tribute To L'Wren Scott

16 April 2014 by

Georgia and L'Wren at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party [Instagram: Georgia May Jagger]

The tragic news arrived on 17th March that L’Wren Scott had been found dead in her New York apartment, with the death ruled as suicide by hanging. Georgia May Jagger has broken her month-long social media silence and paid tribute to L'Wren, posting a moving message about Mick's late girlfriend on Instagram. Georgia posted a picture of them at an event at the Serpentine last summer and wrote:

"I miss L'wren so much and I am so sad she isn't here anymore. She was such a big part of my life. I will never forget all the fun times we had together. She was part of our family and always will be. Rest in peace."

In a statement last month Sir Mick Jagger admitted he is "struggling to understand" the tragic news that the fashion designer took her own life, and recalled their "wonderful" time together. In a message on his website entitled 'L'Wren', he wrote: "I am still struggling to understand how my lover and best friend could end her life in this tragic way. We spent many wonderful years together and had made a great life for ourselves. She had great presence and her talent was much admired, not least by me." The 70-year-old rocker went on to say he felt "touched" by the tributes which have poured in for the 49-year-old stylist and pledged to "never forget" her.

The statuesque Scott made the transition from model to stylist to designer. She embarked on a successful modelling career after being spotted by photographer Bruce Weber at a Calvin Klein photo shoot. She also made her mark on the red carpet, as she styled Nicole Kidman, Madonna and Amy Adams among others. It was back in 2006 that she introduced her first collection called "Little Black Dress," presenting each season during London Fashion Week


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