Topshop's dynamic designing duo, Beth Ditto and Kate Moss. Photo: Dave Benett, Getty Images

Kate Moss' slinky line for Topshop, Beth Ditto's plus-size line for Evans – what's the difference among fashion friends?

Not much gauging from the love-fest going on at the party for Ditto's collection, which drops this Thursday (July 9) at Evans, Topshop's plus-size sister store (which, delivers to the US, so yay!).

Moss, Ditto, their boss Sir Philip Greene and a host of skinny-mini fashion types were seen generating more excitement about double-digit sizes than I can remember in recent history. And I'm being literal here: Evans' definition of plus-size starts at size 14, which is actually a US 10, not exactly plus-size in my book.

But I'm not here to split hairs. It was actually just nice to see plus-size clothing not pitted in the center of some controversy, but rather cause for a party.

On a beauty note, check out Ditto's makeup: WOW! Does anyone else smell potential for a MAC contract? I know the company sends her makeup artist stuff for tours and appearances, but I've got a sixth sense about these things.