Jackets worn by rocker Mick Jagger and attire donned by actresses Nicole Kidman and Sarah Jessica Parker are going beneath the hammer as a part of a sale of outfits from late clothier L’Wren Scott’s archives.
Public sale home Christie’s is placing up 55 tons designed by Scott, who died from suicide in 2014 at age 49.
Scott, who was Jagger’s girlfriend on the time of her loss of life, was identified for her smooth, intricately detailed attire.
“She was so fully elegant and glamorous and he or she had this sense that every little thing must be because it was throughout the outdated Hollywood interval. The whole lot was simply luxurious and romance,” Caitlin Yates, head of sale at Christie’s London, advised Reuters.
“All of the supplies she used have been the best supplies … every little thing was hand carried out, she was very element oriented.”
The net sale, which runs till July 1, is the primary time a set from Scott’s archives has come to the market, Yates stated.
“It was Mick Jagger who determined to convey this to the market in celebration of L’Wren Scott,” she added.
Amongst objects on sale are two jackets Scott and Jagger collaborated on for the Rolling Stones’ frontman.
One is a sequined and embroidered oak leaf “glamouflage” jacket Jagger wore to carry out at Glastonbury music pageant in 2013. The opposite is adorned with beaded and sequined butterflies the singer wore to the Stones’ “50 & Counting” tour live performance at London’s Hyde Park in 2013.
Each have a value estimate of 20,000 kilos to 30,000 kilos ($28,254 to $42,381).
The net sale, which runs till July 1, is the primary time a set from Scott’s archives has come to the market. (REUTERS/John Sibley)
A collection of frocks is being offered, together with a black and gold sequined robe Kidman wore on the Oscars in 2013, which is predicted to fetch 1,500 kilos to 2,500 kilos. A Forties fashion black costume embroidered with pink sequins and worn by Madonna has a value estimate of 500 kilos to 800 kilos.
Proceeds from the sale will go in the direction of the L’Wren Scott scholarship, arrange by Jagger in 2015, at London artwork faculty Central St Martins.
“L’Wren was a proficient and passionate designer with a eager eye for element,” Jagger stated in an announcement. “Everybody who wore her attire was on the centre of her designs.”