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L'Wren Scott Second Hand
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|as good as new||The item was never worn and shows no signs of use. It may still be in its original packaging with price tag.|
|Very good||The item was worn only a few times and is in very good condition. It shows no or only minor signs of use and has no flaws.|
|Good||The item was worn several times but still is in a good condition. It shows only minor signs of use and has no major flaws.|
|Acceptable||The item was worn many times and has obvious signs of wear or defects. It still fulfills the high quality standards of REBELLE.|
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L'Wren ScottSunglasses with tortoiseshell patternSize: onesize£86
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L'Wren ScottSunglasses in BlackSize: onesize£86
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L'Wren ScottDress in apricotSize: L£465
L'Wren ScottBlouse in blackSize: XS£100
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L'Wren ScottSunglasses in greySize: onesize£95
A Life Dedicated To Fashion
L’Wren Scott, born Laura Bambrough, was an American stylist and fashion designer. She was exceptionally tall and as a pre-teen had to sew her own clothing. Through this, she developed a skill for clothing construction and design. She began her fashion career as a model in Paris. As a model, she worked for designers such as Thierry Mugler and Chanel, before moving to California and taking up work as a stylist to celebrities. In 2006, she launched her very first line of L’Wren Scott clothes. The collection was well-received and she spent the next number of years working as a high-ranking fashion designer, famed for her keen eye and attention to detail. In 2014, she took her own life after a long battle with her mental health.
The History of L’Wren Scott
Scott’s career in fashion design unwittingly began when she started sewing her own clothes aged 12. Throughout her years as a model and stylist, Scott’s keen eye for style evolved and by the mid-2000s she was ready to initiate her career in design. L’Wren Scott was first launched in 2006 with a collection called “Little Black Dress”. It was met with high praise, and the fashion world became Scott’s oyster. In 2011, L’Wren Scott handbags were first launched under the name “Lula”. In 2013, she collaborated with retailer Banana Republic to create a line of ready-to-wear L’Wren Scott accessories, clothing and everything in between. First Lady Michelle Obama has expressed her love for L’Wren Scott cardigans, and many famous women have been seen sporting her designs. She also designed the tour outfits for her husband Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones.
The Scott Silhouette
Scott’s style was based on the idea of the perfect silhouette; old-world designs focusing on femininity and shape. Pencil skirts, blouses, and nipped-in waists were all firm favourites. She believed that the outfit should fit the body perfectly, without the need for hosiery such as Spanx. Praised for her eagle-eye, Scott’s designs featured opulent detail. A lot of her inspiration came from nature and the colour palette it provided her with. Celebrities such as Sarah Jessica Parker, Angelina Jolie and Penelope Cruz have all worn L’Wren Scott dresses down the red carpet. Her very first collection, “Little Black Dress”, produced one of her most famous dresses - “The Headmistress”, famously worn by singer Madonna.
The Brand Today
Unfortunately, no lines have been released since the untimely death of Scott in 2014. However, her lines with Banana Republic and Barney’s completely sold out in the weeks after her passing. Scott’s designs are in high demand to this day, with fashion fans longing to own a piece by the wonderfully talented designer. Authentic L’Wren Scott clothing and accessories can be found second-hand on REBELLE.com. All of our items are thoroughly checked for quality and authenticity.