The Rolling Stones' frontman was in a long term relationship with the fashion designer at the time of her death last year.
Mick Jagger has found a fitting way to honour his late girlfriend L'Wren Scott, by helping establish a fashion scholarship fund in the designer’s name. The 71 year old frontman made the donation to London's Central Saint Martins college, where the scholarship will benefit students.
Mick Jagger and L'Wren Scott in November 2013
The three-year scholarship program for students at CSM will begin in October and provide one MA candidate with the cost of their fees, as well as money towards living expenses.
L'wren Scott's sister Jan Shane has slammed Mick Jagger's behaviour, claiming he was a "bigger part of her [sister's] troubles."
L’wren Scott’s sister, who was estranged from the fashion designer before her death, has a few choice words for Mick Jagger. 53-year-old Jan Shane has been quite vocal since the Rolling Stone began to be photographed with a bevy of beautiful women less than three months after Scott's suicide. “The more I think about it, the angrier it makes me. My sister deserves more respect. I now believe that he was a bigger part of her troubles than we knew about,” Shane told the Daily Mirror.
L'Wren Scott's sister has slammed the 70-year-old rocker for moving on less than three months after the death of the designer
Shane’s comments come after Jagger was photographed on a balcony with 27-year-old ballet dancer Melanie Hamrick. Hamrick appeared to be wearing one of Jagger’s t-shirts as she leaned over the 70-year-old rocker.
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Is Mick Jagger moving on? And is that a bad thing?
Three months after L’Wren Scott’s tragic death, attributed to suicide, Mick Jagger may be moving on from life as a grieving boyfriend. Last weekend, several pictures made the rounds online, showing The Rolling Stones frontman getting cozy with a young brunette at a Swiss hotel. The photos show the mystery woman kissing the back of his head on the penthouse suite balcony they shared in Zurich during the band’s "14 On Fire" European tour.
Mr. Moving On? Has Jagger found hope in a new relationship?
While the media has been unusually reluctant to pass judgment this time, it looks like someone else might.
L'Wren Scott's sister has a list of complaints concerning the handling of the late fashion designers funeral and is claiming Mick Jagger "hijacked" the event.
L'Wren Scott's sister has claimed the funeral of the late fashion designer was "hijacked" by Mick Jagger and turned into a "media circus". The funeral, which took place on Monday (24th March), was attended by numerous celebrities but few of Scott's relatives.
Mick Jagger and L'Wren Scott were together for 13 years.
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The late fashion designer left her estate to her long term Rolling Stones boyfriend.
L'Wren Scott has surprised her family by leaving her entire $9 million estate to her long-term partner, Mick Jagger. Scott's will states that the Rolling Stones rocker should receive her entire fortune and did not name any other beneficiaries. In fact, Scott made it clear she did not want any proceeds of her estate to go to family members.
L'Wren Scott Left Her Entire Fortune To Long-Term Partner, Mick Jagger.
In her will, she wrote: "I give all my jewelry, clothing, household furniture and furnishings, personal automobiles, and other tangible articles of a personal nature, or my interest in any such property, not otherwise specifically disposed of by this will or any other matter together with my insurance on the property, to Michael Philip Jagger. I give the rest and residue of my estate to my Michael Philip Jagger," via the NY Daily News.
The Rolling Stones will play a show in Israel for the first time in their career.
Despite cancelling their massive Australasian tour in the wake of L'Wren Scott's tragic death, The Rolling Stones have announced plans to play a historic concert at Park Hayarkon in Tel Aviv, Israel on June 4. Promoter Shuki Weiss announced the long-coveted show on Tuesday morning (March 25, 2014), just days after the Stones cancelled seven shows in Australia and New Zealand following the death of Mick Jagger's partner.
Mick Jagger Performing in London's Hype Park
"This is a historic and very meaningful visit," Weiss told the Jerusalem Times this morning, "In these days when we hear calls for boycotts from around the world, it's not taken for granted that a band of this magnitude will come to Israel."
The Rolling Stones' frontman is planning a small LA funeral but the fashion designer's adopted sister wants her body to be buried near their childhood home in Utah.
L'Wren Scott's Utah family and her boyfriend Mick Jagger are not cooperating well with each other during this difficult time.
The Rolling Stones' frontman is still attempting to deal with the sudden suicide death of his fashion designer girlfriend.
But the situation has become even more difficult after new reports have surfaced that claim Jagger cannot agree with Ms Scott's family on where her final resting place should be.
A statement blasts the media as "disrespectful" for claiming the fashion designer's failing company drove her to suicide.
The girlfriend of Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger was found dead in her Manhattan apartment earlier this week, and since then there has been a media frenzy speculating why.
But being in millions of pound of debt isn't one of them.
Mick Jagger has spoken of his tragic loss.
The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger has spoken of his disbelief at the tragic news that his partner, the fashion designer L'Wren Scott, took her own life in New York earlier this week. The fashion world went into mourning after it was announced that Scott was found dead in her Chelsea home - no suicide note was found at the scene.
Mick Jagger [L] and L'Wren Scott [R]
The band has now cancelled the entirety of its Australasian tour, saying in a statement, "Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood wish to thank all of their fans for their support at this difficult time and hope that they will fully understand the reason for this announcement.
Continue reading: Mick Jagger On L'Wren Scott: "I Will Never Forget Her"
The Rolling Stones legend opened up about his loss - briefly, but to the point.
Three days after the suicide of designer L’Wren Scott, her longtime boyfriend Mick Jagger has chosen to speak out about it in a statement. His words came just before the announcement of the seven cancelled shows in the Stones’ Australia and New Zealand tour.
Scott was found dead in her apartment on Monday. Police concluded suicide.
On Tuesday, Jagger got unusually raw and personal in his statement on his own website. "I will never forget her,” Jagger wrote on his website — his first statement about fashion designer L’Wren Scott since she hanged herself in her Manhattan apartment. “I am still struggling to understand how my lover and best friend could end her life in this tragic way. We spent many wonderful years together and had made a great life for ourselves.”
Mick Jagger and L'Wren Scott - Mick Jagger and L 'Wren Scott New York City, USA - Members of Sir Mick Jagger's new supergroup Superheavy celebrate the release of their self-titled album at the Double Seven in New York City Wednesday 21st September 2011
Date of birth
28th April, 1964
Date of death
17th March, 2014