|Born||Laura "Luann" Bambrough|
|Occupation||Fashion/costume designer, model|
|Home town||Roy, Utah, U.S.|
|Partner(s)||Mick Jagger (2001-present)|
Raised by her Mormon adoptive parents in Roy, Utah, Scott is known for her height of 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in). She reportedly graduated high school in 1985.
At the suggestion of photographer Bruce Weber who spotted Scott at a Calvin Klein photo shoot, she left Utah after graduating high school for Paris to pursue a career as a model. In Paris, she went on to work for Thierry Mugler and Chanel as well as model for renowned photographers Guy Bourdin, David Bailey and Jean-Paul Goude.
Scott moved to California in the early 1990s and established herself as a stylist, initially in collaboration with photographer Herb Ritts, and later with Helmut Newton, Karl Lagerfeld and Mario Sorrenti. One of her early assignments was an ad campaign for Elizabeth Taylor's White Diamonds, eventually the world's top-selling celebrity fragrance.
Scott became a highly influential celebrity stylist. In 2009, she contributed designs for Madonna to wear in her photo shoot with model Jesus Luz for W Magazine and in 2011, Scott styled actress Julia Roberts for a W Magazine shoot, alongside Tom Hanks.
Scott designed costumes for such films as Diabolique (1996 remake), Ocean's Thirteen, Eyes Wide Shut, as well as Shine a Light, a documentary by Martin Scorsese about The Rolling Stones, with Mick Jagger, with whom she has been romantically linked since 2001.
Scott's first collection was called "Little Black Dress", which was launched in 2006. The collection presented an array of black dresses, including her now famous "Headmistress" dress worn by Madonna. Sarah Jessica Parker, Angelina Jolie, Nicole Kidman, Penélope Cruz and Amy Adams have all worn Scott's dresses to the Academy Awards. Other celebrities who wear Scott's clothes include |FLOTUS|First Lady]] Michelle Obama, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, Naomi Campbell, Reese Witherspoon, Christina Hendricks, Jennifer Lopez, Sandra Bullock and Uma Thurman.
In 2010, Scott collaborated with Lancôme to design a capsule collection for the 2010 holiday season featuring a lipstick in Scott's signature bordeaux color. The campaign was shot by photographer Mario Testino and featured model Daria Werbowy wearing an outfit designed by Scott. May 2011 saw the launch of Scott's first collection of handbags, named "Lula" after her mother. The line was launched at Barneys New York, with a personal appearance by Scott. Scott has collaborated with Banana Republic with an exclusive holiday collection including apparel and accessories for women.
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