Stars including Tracii Guns and Wednesday 13 have paid tribute to Drew Bernstein, founder of a leading fashion company, who was found dead on Monday (18Aug14), aged 51.
Bernstein, founder and chief executive of the Lip Service clothing company, was discovered on a remote hiking trail in Los Angeles. County police department officials say he died of an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest.
The designer was best known for dressing rock bands including Guns N' Roses, L.A. Guns and Poison at the height of their fame. Upon hearing the news of his death, several rockers paid tribute to Bernstein via Twitter.com.
L.A. Guns frontman Tracii Guns writes, "Rip Drew Bernstein... this is so devastating I can't even think of how to put it in words right now. Thank you." and Murderdolls leader Wednesday 13 adds, "Wednesday 13, band & mgmt (management) would like to pay our respects to Drew Bernstein, the Ceo of @LipServiceCult. Thank you for everything! R.I.P."
Hollywood actress Arquette simply writes, "Rip #DrewBernstein".
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