British model Stella Tennant, a 1990s podium figure who died in December at the age of 50, committed suicide, her family said. “Stella hadn’t been able to do it in a while. So, to our deepest sadness and despair, she did not feel able to continue, despite the love of those closest to her.“The family said in a statement issued on Thursday, January 7.”She was a beautiful soul, loved by her close family and good friends, a sensitive and talented woman whose creativity, intelligence and humor touched so many people.she added.
Stella Tennant passed away on December 22, five days after her fiftieth birthday. Police then indicated that his death was not considered suspicious. Coming from an aristocratic family (was a distant cousin of Princess Diana), was discovered in the early 1990s. Stella Tennant was regularly chosen for the performances of Gianni Versace, John Galliano and Alexander McQueen, as well as for Chanel’s advertising campaigns. She made the cover of the biggest fashion magazines like Vogue and was married in 1999 to the French photographer David Lasnet.