British mannequin Stella Tennant, 50, has died. An announcement from her household, as per the BBC, reads: “It’s with nice unhappiness we announce the sudden loss of life of Stella Tennant on 22nd December 2020. Stella was a beautiful girl and an inspiration to us all. She can be tremendously missed.”
The reason for loss of life has not been introduced, however police say there are “no suspicious circumstances.”
Tennant was a favorite of vogue designers, together with the late Karl Lagerfeld, who likened Tennant to Coco Chanel, and made her a face of the French luxurious model within the ’90s. She additionally appeared in campaigns for Hermes, Burberry and Calvin Klein, amongst others. As of 2019, she was nonetheless strolling the runway for manufacturers like Alexander McQueen, Saint Laurent and Valentino high fashion.
Throughout the closing ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics, Tennant walked alongside different British supermodels Lily Cole, Karen Elson, Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Jourdon Dunn and David Gandyand, and wore an outfit by British designer Christopher Kane.
When she appeared on the December 2018 cowl of British Vogue, the journal famous that “few fashions have had as sizeable an affect on British vogue [as Tennant].”
The mannequin was a supported of gradual vogue and partnered with Oxfam for Second Hand September, an initiative to attract consciousness to the environmental affect of fast fashion. “At my age I believe it’s in all probability fairly regular you’re not that fascinated about consuming, [and not] loving purchasing as a lot as once you’re a lot youthful,” she informed The Guardian. “It’s going to take us a very long time to alter our habits, however I believe that that is so clearly a step in the correct route,” she added.
Tennant leaves behind her husband, photographer David Lasnet, and four children, Marcel, 21, Cecily, 19, Jasmine, 17, and Iris, 15.