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Celebs parade Scott’s creations
(03-18 09:23)

L'Wren Scott's designs were worn by celebrities ranging from Amy Adms (Pictured) and Nicole Kidman to Naomi Campbell.
She was known for designs that were beautiful, close-fitting and stylish, sometimes prim without baring a lot of skin, in luxurious fabrics like velvet and satin.
Angelina Jolie, Marion Cotillard, Jennifer Lawrence, Christina Hendricks, Sarah Jessica Parker and Tina Fey were also among the famous women who wore her designs.
Scott, who was Mick Jagger's girlfriend, had also worked as a model and celebrity stylist.
She was found dead Monday in her Manhattan apartment. —AP

   
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