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  • The A-list designer and stylist is an expert in crafting the most seductive female silhouettes. She talks style, career women and moving like Jagger with CLARE COULSON

    Photographs by Philip Sinden

    L’Wren Scott is artfully arranging her limbs in front of the imposing French windows of a townhouse on London’s Belgrave Square. In a body-hugging black sheath and sharp Brian Atwood heels, she looks like an inky René Gruau illustration come to life; her 6ft 3in, willowy physique in balletic motion and long, jet-black hair falling down one side of her face.

    At once, Scott is the Amazonian model of her youth who posed for Guy Bourdin and David Bailey; she is the super-stylist who dominated Hollywood in the late ’90s and early ’00s, dressing stars including Nicole

    STYLE RÉSUMÉ

    NAME: L’Wren Scott

    PROFESSION: Designer & stylist

    MY STYLE: Black tux jacket,
    black jeans and a white shirt

    MY FAIL-SAFE PIECES: Pencil skirts, LBDs, sequin cardigans

    MY GO-TO LABELS: Alaïa, Rick Owens, Lanvin, Prada, J Brand

    MY FAVORITE FOOTWEAR: Charlotte Olympia Kitten flats, Manolo Blahnik everything

    Dress by L’Wren Scott; pumps by Brian Atwood; necklace by Lulu Frost; bracelets L’Wren’s own

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