May 15, 2022 12:19 am

Stephanie Seymour’s heartbreaking message one year after her son’s death: “This pain has no end”

Exactly one year ago Stephanie Seymour took the hardest hit: his son Harry Brant, 24, died of an overdose. This Tuesday, the supermodel turned to social networks to pay tribute to him and remember him, through a selection of family photos and a heartfelt poem that portrays what his life is like today.

I missed you today, but that’s nothing new, I missed you a million times yesterday too.”, the text sense begins. “I picked up my phone to break the news to you, then realized, again, that I can’t text you. I saw your bright smile, at least 20 times, and then I remember, it’s all in my mind. I’m driving away, the world feels surreal, and your song comes along and it doesn’t seem real”, continues the poetry of author Donna Ashworth.

“I missed you today, but I miss you so much. It’s useful to miss you, it’s all I have, “continues the poem. “I wish I could bring you down here for a while. I’m afraid of forgetting the shape of your smile. I miss you today and I will miss you tomorrow. It seems that this pain has no end. I try, to continue as I know you would like. I know that is what you are wishing me from up there”, follow the poem.

And ends: “Today I miss you, but I’m trying to find a way to move forward without leaving you behind. A way to move on with the love we had, a way to remember you and just feel happy.”

Brant, who followed in her mother’s footsteps in the world of fashion, died of an accidental prescription drug overdose. Both his mother and his father, the editor of the magazine Interview, Peter M. Brant, they told him at the time The New York Times that the young man planned to enter rehabilitation and hoped to play a role in the creative area of ​​the magazine published by his father.

The two also issued a statement in which they reported the devastating news and told details of the young man’s personality: “His life was cut short by this devastating disease. He was a creative, loving and powerful soul who brought light to the hearts of so many people. She was truly a beautiful person inside and out.”.

“We will be forever saddened that his life has been cut short by this devastating disease. He has achieved a lot in 24 years, but we will never have the opportunity to see how much more he could have achieved. “Harry wasn’t just our son. He was also a wonderful brother, a loving grandson, a favorite uncle, and a caring friend. He was a creative, loving and powerful soul who lit up the hearts of many people. She was truly a beautiful person inside and out,” the family concluded in their statement.

Known for his quirky, gender-fluid style of dress, Brant participated in campaigns for Vogue Italy Y Balmain and founded with his brother a unisex makeup line for the MAC cosmetics company. In addition to his brother, Harry is survived by a younger sister, an older half-brother from his mother’s previous marriage, and four half-siblings on his father’s side. Another half brother, Ryan Brant, died in 2019 at age 49.

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