March 17th, 2014
In Memoriam

L’Wren

I worked on a number of shoots with L’Wren and really liked her. She was incredibly talented.

Image from a story in Vogue

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  • Incredibly sad…to think about such deep despair that could have driven her to this…

    bisbeeMarch 18th, 2014  11:00 AM

     
  • I just read the tribute article on Grazia.com and shed a few tears for her, this seems so surreal, with all of her interviews and collaborations lately, I don’t think anyone saw this coming. May she rest in peace.

    AnitaMarch 18th, 2014  12:27 PM

     
  • Agree so terribly sad.. Fame and fortune does not necessarily = happiness. It must be awful to reach a point in your life that this is the only available option. R.I.P

    TeresaMarch 18th, 2014  6:52 PM

     
  • After reading the linked Vogue article and viewing the beautiful photographs, this story becomes sadder–a woman who wanted for nothing, was beautiful and lived a bit of a fairy tale life is what is perpetually portrayed by glossy magazines. What a burden it must be to live up to this– At peace now, and as always, ultimately in God’s hands.

    PaulaMarch 22nd, 2014  1:52 AM

     

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