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Beth Ditto by Beth Fraser

published on 2 November 2018

“Jeremy [Scott] from the very beginning treated me like I was a star. He understands weirdos and underdogs. He was the first to ever make me anything without question. All his dresses were bold, form fitting, COMFORTABLE! The print, the shape, the fabric were all so very unapologetic about revealing the true female form of the majority. He always embraced and encouraged me. So I picked him, and specifically this dress, because it’s still in heavy rotation in my wardrobe after ten years.”

- Beth Ditto

“Jeremy [Scott] from the very beginning treated me like I was a star. He understands weirdos and underdogs. He was the first to ever make me anything without question. All his dresses were bold, form fitting, COMFORTABLE! The print, the shape, the fabric were all so very unapologetic about revealing the true female form of the majority. He always embraced and encouraged me. So I picked him, and specifically this dress, because it’s still in heavy rotation in my wardrobe after ten years.”

Illustration: Beth Fraser
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