The idea behind the collection is to make staples that people can wear forever – with great attention to innovative shapes.
On our minds is Beth Ditto’s new plus size collection in collaboration with Jean Paul Gaultier. The eccentric Gossip front woman and plus size style icon has walked for the designer at several runway shows and means that Gaultier was the first name to come to her mind when the idea of a collection sparked. The first taste of the line was revealed the other day – a t-shirt featuring a Madonna-esque corset with strings in the back. Reluctant to reveal more than that, Ditto means that the idea behind the collection is to make staples that people can wear forever – with great attention to innovative shapes making the garments suited for a bigger body. Read an interview with the singer-come-designer here.
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