Katie Grand’s Love issue Two is set to change our minds about some things we weren’t quite ready to challenge. Or praise.
But that’s Love, inexplicable, out of the blue, beyond reason and logic. Because how else am I supposed to interpret an alternative culture/fashion magazine preaching Love for Miley? Yup, that stands for Miley Cyrus! (the story continues with more pictures right after the jump!)
If I could explain the media melting stories about Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift (doesn’t she look like Jessica Stam in that second purple-lipstick-ed photo?) as purely objective, then I could move forward and attend my daily routine. But I think there’s more to “Love” Miley than the editorial said. It’s an extreme Love this time, for Katie Grand. Sure, it has everything to do with “Young Blood”, this issue’s supposed theme. But it’s also an audience lasso, a certified sellout for some specific demographic that’ll buy anything and everything Miley (and Taylor) just because.
Following the somewhat rebellious Beth Ditto’s Love first issue, this issue is a Britney-psychology issue with virginal seasoning. It seems no matter who and which subject is under the magnifier lens, it always comes round at Britney’s meltdown. Katie Grand’s Love is taking Britney’s pattern to an axiomatic level of culture and personal evolution. Stateside. (but coming from a magazine whose editor in-chief believes weddings should not be about “stupid white dress”es, why do I still feel surprised?). How is that to Love, exactly? (photos via)