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Elton On Vegas | Main | Recovery


September 07, 2005

Beaner Emerges


Beaner speaks:

You might remember her as the angel-faced tot photographed bouncing on Courtney Love's hip 12 years ago during grunge rock's heyday. Now, Frances Bean is 13 and entering seventh grade, and Teen Vogue magazine is offering the first real glimpse of the mysterious daughter of Courtney and Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain.

"I'm a different person," Nirvana's heir apparent insists in her first public interview. "I don't want to be titled as Courtney Love and Kurt Cobain's daughter. I want to be thought of as Frances Cobain."

Frances appears in a series of girly outfits in Teen Vogue's latest issue, on newsstands September 13. She talks about her mom and being grunge royalty, although the story focuses primarily on the teen's shopping habits.

"I love feminine pieces," she says. "My favorite color is light pink. I also like baby blue because it brings out my eyes."

In one portrait, she wears a ruffled blouse and a ladylike black pencil skirt with white socks and black Mary Jane heels by Kate Spade. Although the parallels to her mom are obvious, Frances makes the distinction between her own Lolita look and her mother's infamously short baby doll dresses and smeared lipstick look of the '90s.

"I prefer when she's more 'classy starlet,'" she tells Teen Vogue of her mom, referring to Love's red-carpet Oscar makeover in 1997. "I don't really like her hardmetal stuff, or when she doesn't brush her hair."


Posted by Lawren at September 7, 2005 07:51 AM | Trackbacks (0)

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The odds were SO against this little girl growing up to be "normal." Sounds like she's gonna be ok.

Says: Nanc' at September 7, 2005 08:35 AM

I think she looks so nice in that picture. Hopefully she's not like her mom...yuck

Says: Kendra at September 7, 2005 09:36 AM

I always thought that Frances was pretty. it is unfortunate that her mother acts the way she does..

Says: cmhl at September 7, 2005 09:47 AM

Wow Johnny, why don't you tell us how you really feel?

Says: ren at September 7, 2005 03:20 PM

I think that's the first picture of Frances that I've seen in years. She's going to be a real looker.

Says: Susan at September 7, 2005 08:09 PM

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