The Courtney Love interview in The Telegraph is so incredibly outrageous that of course it's almost boring. She chants for thirty minutes with a Buddhist guru before she starts the interview. She admits to blacking out on large periods of her life, including a three-hour phone chat with Vivienne Westwood. She is not dating, has not dated Pete Doherty. And then talk turns to Frances Bean, whose godmother is Drew Barrymore and who was apparently offered a Tommy Hilfiger campaign, but was blocked from accepting by Courtney. "She wants to be a political journalist anyway," explains the singer/ actress, who appeared in the front row of more fashion shows this season than any other celebrity. But we can think of another reason Frances Bean couldn't be a Tommy Girl - she's just too cool for their pressed leather bombers and flower-spackled sun dresses. One might even suggest it would be insulting to her family's brand name. Now if we heard that Courtney wouldn't let her daughter do a Miu Miu campaign, we'd actually be wondering...
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Courtney Love and Frances Bean Cobain Wore Mother-Daughter Prints at Kenzo's 'La Collection Memento' No. 2 Debut
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Courtney Love Having 'Gasms' Over Saint Laurent Fall 2013, Says Marc Jacobs 'Never Got Grunge Right'
When we saw Hedi Slimane's latest show for Saint Laurent we immediately thought: Courtney Love would be all over this collection. Turns out we weren't the only ones. The singer took time out of her busy schedule of being Courtney Love to tweet at Hedi Slimane: "having gasms at the idea of rich ladies buying what we used to wear, finally someone got the actual look exact, no beanies." Just who exactly is she referring to who got the grunge look wrong? Oh, just you know, Marc Jacobs.