Karl-Lagerfeld-Museum died at the age of only 50

Karl-Lagerfeld-Museum died at the age of only 50

He was the face of the channel and a musk of Karl Lagerfeld: now Stella Tennent died at the age of only 50. Her family confirmed the news in a letter.

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Scottish model Stella Tennent has died at the age of 50. The PA news agency reported citing the family. “Stella was an amazing woman and an inspiration to all of us,” the PA quoted from a family letter.

Karl Lagerfeld and his Mushaire 1997: Linda Evangelista, Stella Tennent, Kate Moss, Nadja Orman & Company (Source: Imago Image / Starface)

Authorities were alert to the sudden death on Tuesday, the PA quoted a police spokesman as saying. There are no suspicious circumstances. The family did not provide any information about the cause of death.

The androgynous look made him a star

Tencent became known as a model in the nineties and ran for designers Versace and Alexander McQueen. She later became the face of Chanel and became one of the episodes of fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld. Born in Scotland, she was also known as the granddaughter of former British minister Andrew Cavendish. In the modeling business, she was able to stand out from the crowd mainly because of her androgynous look. In 2012, he was selected by the British designers at the Olympic Games to present the collection which was specially created for the event.

Over the years, however, it calmed around them. On June 22, 1999, Stella Tennant married French photographer David Lassenet in her hometown of Oxnam. They have four children together, who were born between 1998 and 2004. The family lived in a small village in Adrom, Scotland, near Duns.

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