Rumors are swirling that Beth Ditto will grace the first cover of LOVE. The magazine is slated to launch in February which means Katie Grand might not even know who she'll put on the cover. But she and her editorial staff threw their first official party in London the other night and Beth was particularly honored. Her closely cropped bright orange hair only slightly distracted from the fashion scavenger hunt going on during the party, but no one could dig up the answer to the cover question. We've sent Br(it) Boy on the prowl and in the meantime, he says he can confirm an upcoming party and major announcement from Kate Moss. As for LOVE, we'll keep our ears open and eyes on the blog. You, too please.
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Beth Ditto On That Whole Karl Lagerfeld Calling Adele Fat Thing: 'I Think People Give Him Way Too Much Power'
As far as we can tell, Beth Ditto is one of the coolest people ever. The talented and stylish Gossip frontwoman is beloved by just about everyone--especially fashion people. And for good reason. From gracing the first issue of Love (naked) to sitting front row at major runway shows, to walking in them, to performing at fashion parties, Ditto, who doesn't quite conform to the industry's typical beauty standards, has been described by Katie Grand as "an accidental size hero for the size zero" and "a generational icon, confounding the tedious stereotypes of what it is to be a wonderful 21st-century woman." She also has great perspective and we love what she said in a recent interview with the Evening Standard about that time Karl Lagerfeld said fellow plus-size songstress Adele was "a little too fat":
Beth Ditto Loves Designer Cathy Pill: And You Will, Too
Cathy Pill is the kind of woman who makes girls green with envy: Drop dead gorgeous (to the point of being mistaken for a model during her private views), she can also sew admirably, and walk in Eiffel-Tower-high heels. And to make matters worse, she is absolutely lovely. The designer, an Antwerp export, gives the once over to Parisian women, as she mixes classical, Cacharel-like chic with daring detailing, bold colors and urban prints. She's already designed pieces for Beth Ditto. This fall, her clothes will be sold at Browns in London, and Colette in Paris. Today, Cathy confides in Fashionista about her upcoming collection, her teenage years and Sex and the City.