Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Stones on Fire Tour - En gång till

Ser i efterhand att Stones och speciellt Mick Jagger har drabbats av en stor sorg då hans flickvän och följeslagare L'Wren Scott har avlidit och Stones har ställt in sin turné i Australien.
Om detta hade vi inte en susning på Kistalight!
Varken om Micks flickvän eller deras relation - men de såg söta ut tillsammans! 
Ser vi när vi kollar bilder!
Länge tycks de ha varit ett par!
Sir Mick rockens old man tillsammans med sin långbenta tjej, över 190 cm, med mycket humor, mormon från Utah, adopterad i barndomen. En tjej som hittat vägen ut i världen som modell, designer och stylist i filmens värld. Nog kan tillvaron vara fylld av svarta hål i en värld när man ständigt måste bli bekräftad genom sin talang, för sina prestationer - där kommersialismen och konkurrensen är sylvass!
Varför kan inte alla askungesagor få ett lyckligt slut?

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Anonymous Kistalight said...

The Telegraph UK

Just days before she committed suicide in her luxury Manhattan apartment, L’Wren Scott posted a quote on her Instagram account that read: “Fashion is the armour to survive the reality of life.” Clearly, that armour wasn’t strong enough for the 49-year-old designer.
Behind the rock-star boyfriend, the homes in London, Paris and New York, the celebrity friends and couture wardrobe, the reality of Scott’s life and career is now being laid bare. But the battle by some in the fashion industry to keep up the glamorous facade in the face of evidence to the contrary continues.
An unnamed former PR adviser to Scott has denied claims that her company was more than £4 million in debt and on the brink of closure just weeks after she pulled out of London Fashion Week at the last moment. The anonymous source told the respected Women’s Wear Daily that
LS Fashion had enough funds to cover the losses and that an eponymous perfume range, as well as a collaboration with high-street chain Banana Republic, were both proving popular.
That upbeat assessment is contradicted by those who knew her well, however. Her close friend and fashion critic of the New York Times, Cathy Horyn, has said that Scott was planning to announce the closure of the company at the end of this month after realising that her losses were mounting with no sign of recovery. Horyn says Scott had withdrawn from friends in recent months and had been severely depressed, while others say she was embarrassed about the scale of her debts and so on / _ _ _ /

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