TITLE

Freud skips a forgettable question

PUB. DATE
May 2012
SOURCE
Evening Standard;5/23/2012, p16
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
DESIGNER Bella Freud is asked by tomorrow's New Statesman whether she identifies herself as Jewish. "When I was 22 I was making this coat for Keith Richards," she replies. "I was living in Rome and he came to visit � he was a friend of my then boyfriend and I was at fashion school. I showed him some drawings and he said, 'Maybe you could get that coat together'. I went off to Paris where he was making a record with the Stones. I would go to the recording studio with him at about 11pm and watch them rehearsing. Once we were talking about our backgrounds and I said, 'Sometimes I forget I'm Jewish'. And he said, 'Don't worry, darling, nobody else will'.
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75504215

 

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