Theodora Richards

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Theodora Richards
Born Theodora Dupree Richards
(1985-03-18) March 18, 1985 (age 29)
New York City
Occupation Model

Theodora Dupree Richards (born March 18, 1985) is an American model and the daughter of Patti Hansen and Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards,[1] and the older sister of Alexandra Richards.

At 16, Richards, her sister Alexandra, and Elizabeth Jagger (daughter of rock star Mick Jagger) were asked to model for a Tommy Hilfiger campaign. She has guest-edited one issue of L'Officiel. In 2006, Richards modeled for the New Zealand-based Karen Walker label. In mid-2006,[2] she appeared on the cover of Lucire in an editorial photographed by Barry Hollywood.

Also in 2006, she became the model and muse for New York City premium denim collection, 4Stroke Jeans.[3] Richards was selected by the music-inspired company due to fashion background and music heritage. She lives in New York City where, in addition to modeling, she studies painting and drawing.

Richards made headlines in March 2011 after she was arrested for writing a 1 by 2 cm tiny "T ♥ A" on a convent wall in New York City. When the police stopped her, she had marijuana and another controlled substance in her possession. She was quoted saying, "I hope I don't get into trouble for this."[4]

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  1. ^ [1] Check Out What Keith Richards' Kid Is Doing This Fashion Week! – The New York Observer
  2. ^ 'Life Less Ordinary', Lucire, vol. 2, no. 7 (19), August 2006, pp. 125–33.
  3. ^ 4 Stroke
  4. ^ Shram, Jamie (March 3, 2011), Keith Richards' daughter arrested for scrawling graffiti on SoHo convent, drug possession, The New York Post