The late L’Wren Scott’s business in the U.K. — L.S. Fashion Limited — is set to wind down. According to a filing at Companies House in the U.K., dated June 11, the company’s director John Hoffman has applied to have the firm struck off the register. An earlier Companies House filing states that Hoffman was appointed as a director in May 2014, after Scott’s suicide earlier that year. Companies House, a U.K. government agency that incorporates and dissolves limited companies, states that once a company applies to be struck off, provided there are no objections, it will be removed from the register within three months.
Around the time of Scott’s death in March of last year, a spokesman for the late designer’s business had noted that the U.K.-based L.S. Fashion Limited was a subsidiary of the U.S. parent company, which was then listed in Delaware. Requests for comment to representatives for the business of the late designer were not returned Monday.
Scott, a former model and stylist and the partner of Mick Jagger, launched her label in 2006 and it became known for its feminine, tailored designs.