Stella Tennant died at 50

Stella Tennant was a British model and fashion designer.

This news shook millions of her followers. She was one of the famous models and fashion designers. Dominated the designing industry. Due to her way of negativing in model age. She has left many marks on her character. That is will be lingering in her followers’ minds forever.

In 1993 she dragged the photographers attentions Steven Meisel and Bruce Weber. Soon after she became a successful fashion model. After giving a compelling pose for magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar; Numéro; and the French, British and Italian editions of Vogue.

Her early life and education.

She was born in London and raised on a sheep farm in the Scottish Borders. She went to St Leonard’s School in St Andrews and Marlborough College. She also studied sculpture at Winchester School of Art. She was creative minded and she made it her passion.

To start her career she had sent photographs of herself to a high fashion magazine, and a friend introduced her to fashion writer Plum Sykes (Victoria Rowland). Hence she started her career and garnered admiration from the fashion industry with her character. She was a punk attitude model.

She married French photographer and osteopath David Lasnet. In her home village of Oxnam, Roxburghshire on 22 June 1999. They had four children together. In August 2020, Tennant and Lasnet announced they had separated.

She died suddenly on Tuesday, just five days after her 50th birthday. Her family has announced her death. They have not given any cause of her death. As per police reports, there have not been found any suspicious events.