L'Wren Scott claims her habit of noticing every single flaw makes it difficult to purchase items when out shopping.
L'Wren Scott claims her attention to detail makes it difficult to shop.
The former model turned fashion designer - who is dating Rolling Stones frontman Sir Mick Jagger - claims her habit of noticing every single flaw makes her reluctant to purchase items when out shopping.
She told the Daily Telegraph newspaper: ''I'm not an easy customer my attention to detail could probably drive you mad.''
The 46-year-old star changes her outfits numerous times throughout the day and claims her obsessive behaviour stems back to when she was a teenager.
She recalled: ''It drove my mother crazy. She made this rule that every time I changed I had to hang everything up. It made me incredibly organised and methodical. My eye still always goes toward the single flaw.''
L'Wren's collections are designed from a fashion studio based in London and she says her stringent rules regarding clothes even apply to her staff, whose outfit choices are limited to black and white.
She explained: ''Everyone who works in my studio knows not to wear colour - it's too distracting when you're working on a collection.''
Meanwhile L'Wren has collaborated with Banana Republic to create a capsule collection of over 50 pieces, which range from sequinned party dresses and bejewelled cardigans to tailored jeans.
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