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Mick Jagger finds comfort in fashion

Mick Jagger says he regularly wears outfits designed for him by  L'Wren Scott as it helps him to stay close to his memories of her.
Mick Jagger says he regularly wears outfits designed for him by L'Wren Scott as it helps him to stay close to his memories of her. Bang ShowBiz

MICK Jagger feels comforted wearing clothes designed by his late partner L'Wren Scott.

The Rolling Stones rocker admits he regularly chooses to wear outfits designed for him by the late star, who tragically took her own life in March last year, as it helps him to stay close to his memories of the late fashion designer.

He explained: "I don't find it difficult emotionally to wear her clothes. In fact it's quite nice for me. I've got a big selection of her stuff and the wardrobe mistress goes nuts because I always want to bring them all on tour.

"At the end of the day I just pick them up and go: 'Ah that's one of L'Wrens ... I like this one.'"

However, the 72-year-old musician admits it is getting easier for him to cope with his loss.

When asked how he is doing, he said: "As time goes by, you obviously have a different take on it. It's not something I want to talk about but, I mean... the thing is - I am still wearing her clothes."

Meanwhile, Mick is incredibly proud of his former partner's work and has likened her to the critically-acclaimed designer Alexander McQueen.

Speaking to the Daily Mirror newspaper, he gushed: "She had such incredible attention to detail and cut, like Alexander McQueen, whose clothes are also featured. Both hers and Alexander's have great body shape and on a big stage you used to see this perfect silhouette. That was one of her trademarks."
 

Topics:  entertainment l'wren scott mick jagger music rolling stones


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