Mick Jagger about the message he wants to send. So back in 2013 when designer L’Wren Scott, Jagger’s then-partner, was creating designs for the Rolling Stones frontman to wear at the band’s historic first performance at the Glastonbury Festival, Jagger wanted something special.
Seeing the show as “a culmination of our British heritage,” he asked for something very British — an oak leaf. And so Scott designed a glittery green sequined jacket based on an oak leaf pattern, something she jokingly called “glamouflage. ” Jagger said later that few people recognized the oak leaf when he sauntered onstage to open with “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” — “But I did.Read more on msn.com