Mick Jagger jackets designed by late girlfriend L’Wren Scott to be auctioned by Christie’s

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For those who can’t move like Jagger, they can sure dress like him.

The sparkly jacket worn by legendary rock star Mick Jagger and designed by his late girlfriend L’Wren Scott is being auctioned off by Christie’s.

The oak leaf ‘Glamouflage’ jacket made for the Rolling Stones frontman and worn during the band’s historic first performance at the Glastonbury Festival is one of two Jagger items going on sale this week.

As part of the L’Wren Scott Collection, featuring 55 creations from the late designer who took her own life in 2014, the online sale is presented by Christie’s in London and lasts until July 1.

Jagged called it “a celebration of L’Wren’s remarkable work and a wonderful opportunity for the public to see and enjoy her creations,” in a statement. “L’Wren was a talented and passionate designer with a keen eye for detail... She created beautiful pieces that were the epitome of elegance and sophistication, yet with a contemporary feel.”

Included in the collection — on public view at Christie’s from June 11 to June 16 — are red-carpet gowns worn by the likes of Penélope Cruz, Nicole Kidman, Jessica Lange, Tina Fey, Sarah Jessica Parker — and Scott herself.

Proceeds will go to the L’Wren Scott MA Fashion Scholarship at Central Saint Martins, which Jagger established in 2015 to help one student each year “reach their potential in the highly competitive environment of fashion.”

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