The celebrity world was stunned to learn that the 36-year-old stylist had passed away unexpectedly in New York City on June 7. She dressed so many stars and made so many women feel confident and empowered. Celebs like Scarlett and figures from the fashion world took to Twitter to mourn Annabel’s sudden death.
The fashion industry lost one of its brightest stars on June 7 when Annabel Tollman, 36, died suddenly in New York City. She passed away in her West Village home from a blood clot, according to The Cut. As a celebrity stylist, Annabel took great pride in making stars look as beautiful as possible, and giving them the confidence they might lack. Her effect on the celebrity and fashion worlds has been obvious since her death, as stars and designers grieved over their fallen friend.
Scarlett Johansson & More React To Annabel Tollman’s Death
One of Annbel’s most prominent clients was Scarlett Johansson, and the actress paid tribute to her in a beautiful statement to E!:
Annabel was the epitome of class and elegance, the English Rose personified. She celebrated the female figure and taught me how to dress the part of an independent, self-possessed and confident young lady, as she represented all of those qualities. I will miss her friendship deeply; she touched all of those that knew her with a warmth, intelligence, thoughtfulness, beauty and grace.
Members of the fashion industry also wrote touching messages about Annabel via Twitter. Model Hilary Rhoda tweeted, “So sad to hear about Annabel Tollman. Such a beautiful, witty, soul with that wonderful infectious personality.”
And designer L’Wren Scott sent out the message, “Sad news to hear the glamourous @AnnabelTollman RIP my beauty and glamour gal the ever chic and stylish always smiling and happy so special.”
Annabel clearly touched so many with her wonderful personality and her unparalleled fashion sense. It truly is a tragedy that she was taken from us at such a young age. Our thoughts are with Annabel’s family and friends in this difficult time.
— Andrew Gruttadaro