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L'Wren Scott Dead - Designer Found Hanging in Apparent Suicide

L'Wren Scott Dead - Designer Found Hanging in Apparent Suicide

L’Wren Scott was found dead, hanging in her apartment, on Monday morning (March 17), according to the New York Daily News.

The 49-year-old fashion designer was found by her assistant at around 10am this morning in New York City, the police said. The police do not suspect foul play, but the Medical Examiner’s Office will determine a cause of death.

L’Wren, who started her career as a model and then a very influential celebrity stylist, has been in a long-term relationship with rocker Mick Jagger since 2001.

We send out our thoughts and condolences to all of L’Wren‘s loved ones during this incredibly difficult time.

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59 Responses to “L'Wren Scott Dead - Designer Found Hanging in Apparent Suicide”

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    Liz Says:

    I don’t think it’s necessary for the public to know how she committed suicide. The media in the country where I’m from just announces their death, without mentioning the cause (thus we all understand that it’s suicide) and leaves it at that. I think that’s more respectful.

    I truly hope she’s found peace.

  2. 2
    ShineOnYouCrazyDiamonds Says:

    Is it just me, or are there more Suicides lately? What is it that makes people think there is no way out, other than death? Sad and she was so talented. Praying for her family. R.I.P L’Wren.

  3. 3
    Anna Says:

    @Liz: That sounds very respectful. May I ask what country you are from?

  4. 4
    lurker Says:

    Wow sad news

  5. 5
    Karis Says:

    Depression is a powerful thing to cope with. You’d think having enough money to pay your bills and not have to worry about day to day surviving would be enough to be happy. She had that plus so much more and it still wasn’t enough to beat her depression. Now she can RIP.

  6. 6
    Liz Says:

    @Anna: I’m from Norway. Some things are just not important for the public to know.

  7. 7
    Amber Says:

    That’s shocking and sad. I feel so bad for the people left behind when someone decides to end their own life.

  8. 8
    scallywag Says:

    Had there been something awry going on between her and Mick Jagger that left her in a shattered state frame of mind ….?

    http://scallywagandvagabond.com/2014/03/lwren-scott-dead-suicide-troubles-with-mick-jagger/

  9. 9
    Living in a box Says:

    If her death cause of depression,it really sad. Money cannot buy happiness. RIP.

  10. 10
    Anna Says:

    @Liz:
    I’m from Sweden! Hello fellow Scandinavian :)
    I remember when a young Swedish actress, Johanna Sällström, committed suicide. None of our newspapers ever mentioned in what way she did it and I think that was very respectful and classy. A suicide is tragic enough as it is.

  11. 11
    June Says:

    I agree, TMI. We don’t need to know every single detail, it’s too invasive!

  12. 12
    um Says:

    what????

  13. 13
    sad thing Says:

    This is very sad to me. RIP

  14. 14
    Isabel Says:

    @Liz: I agree with how your country handles it. Much more respectful to the deceased and his or her loved ones.

  15. 15
    Rae Says:

    I don’t think there are more suicides. I think that social media and mainstream media just pound them at us harder than ever. There is really no such thing as “respect for the dead” online. Makes me sad.

  16. 16
    Lol Says:

    I don’t feel bad for her, it’s her own fault. She had money and could get every help in the world. She’s a weak and disgusting person, no mercy for her. We have people who fight for their lives.

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    redwine11 Says:

    I disagree with the information being withheld from the public. She was a public figure and the news is just that. From someone who suffers from depression also, Im going to say; it’s still a incredibily selfish act to commit suicide. I feel much worse for the people who knew her.

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    Bonnie Says:

    @redwine11: I agree. Why hide the obvious? The point was, she was found and it was reported as an obvious suicide. They sure reported the heck out of actor David Carradine’s death by autonomic asphyxiation. He was found hanging in a hotel closet, dead by his own hand. I don’t see why covering it up helps anything.

    Also disagree that it’s a selfish act. I used to think it was but now I think differently. People who commit suicide seem to have lost all hope and they can’t be reasoned with. For them, it’s the only way out. I’m not saying it’s the right thing to do, but they can’t see an end to their despair except in killing themselves. For these people, suicide seems to be all they have left as an option to end their pain. What about someone dying from a very painful type of cancer? Is it selfish of them to want to end their horrible pain? I don’t think so.

    Anyway, this is a sad story for her and her family. RIP.

  19. 19
    ace11 Says:

    Wow

    Mick liked them young and perky

  20. 20
    Tyla Says:

    Really sad and awful. May she RIP.

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    caryn Says:

    @Lol: Wow how insensitive and judgmental can you get. Depression is an illness. It can hit anyone from politicians, sports stars, actors, designers, soldiers, accountants, bloggers–the rich, the poor and everyone in between. All the money and help sometimes just isn’t enough. You sound very shallow so hopefully no one close to you ever suffers from depression because it is obvious you’d make it worse.

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    lol Says:

    @caryn: haha, how judgemental are you now my friend, how do you know that I would make it worse, lol at you, she has a support system and lots of money that can help, only weak people think its not enough, dont feed that bullshit to yourself and to me saying its an illness.

  23. 23
    Nina Says:

    Sad, sad, sad.

  24. 24
    lawrence Says:

    @Lol:

    Spoken by a true a-hole.

  25. 25
    Liz Says:

    Personally, I think that it’s enough to report that it is in fact suicide. Any more details than that is too much information, and not an image I want in my head. I don’t want to know how they did it, nor do I want to see paparazzi photos of the grieving family and friends, like we’ve seen with the deaths of Hoffmann and Walker. It’s a private thing, and should be kept away from the public.

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