LATEST: Friends of style guru ISABELLA BLOW have hinted the magazine editor may have committed suicide. Blow, the fashion director of Tatler magazine, died at the age of 48 on Monday (07May07) after supposedly succumbing to a long battle with ovarian cancer. But friends have suggested Blow - who has survived several suicide attempts in the past - may have poisoned herself. Last year (06) she took a drug overdose and in 2005 she threw herself off a motorway bridge. Her husband, art dealer Detmar Blow, tells London newspaper the Evening Standard, "She had worries like all artists. She suffered depression. She said to me once, 'I'm fighting depression and I can't beat it.'" Designer friend Zac Posen adds, "Thoughts of suicide were a big part of her existence and her persona." Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, for whom Blow once worked as an assistant, has paid tribute to the eccentric icon: "(She was) a free spirit that really believed in individual talent. "In a world that's largely driven by corporate culture, she was a joy to have. She was not too good at getting to the office before 11am, but then she would arrive dressed as a maharaja or an Edith Sitwell figure."