British model Stella Tennant dies at 50

Dublin British model Stella Tennant died on Tuesday, at the age of 50, in the Scottish town of Duns, as her family confirmed in a statement on Wednesday.

“Stella was a wonderful woman and a source of inspiration for all of us. He will miss her a lot, “his family said in a statement.

Scottish by birth, Tennant reached prominence in the early 1990s, playing in photo sessions in the most prestigious magazines and publications, as well Vogue the Harper’s Bazaar, eamong others.

He also stood out on the catwalks around the world, where he paraded the creations of leading couturiers and her face has been associated with global brands such as Calvin Klein, Chanel and Burberry.

Already retired from the fashion world, She attended the closing ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games alongside other well-known British supermodels, including Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell.

In the same year, she was introduced to the Scotland of Scotland Fashion Hall of Fame, in recognition of a long and successful career.

The family said in a statement calling for “privacy” that it would publish more details about the funeral “later”.

Scottish police also reported today that the officers of the corps showed up at an address in Duns on Tuesday, around 11.30, local time, in response to the “sudden death of a 50-year-old woman”.

Law enforcement said no “suspicious circumstances” were detected.