Fug File: Fugs

Fug the Shoes: Christina Milian


Jess and I and our friends used to joke that any pair of truly devious stilettos were called Kill-A-Man shoes, because that’s what you could do with them.

Christina Milian

For these, I would amend it to Neuter-A-Man.

(Please note that the cropped camisole and see-through skirt aren’t great EITHER, but what more can I say about either of those things? Pizza BOO, AND WEAR REAL SHIRTS. THE END. Not very eloquent.)

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Royally Played, Wills and Kate (in LK Bennett)


Kate wore LK Bennett yesterday, too. Everyone over there must just be delighted by the twofer. (For what it’s worth, although this particular dress is sold out, none of this is helping me keep my vow to stop buying perfect day dresses. Damn you, Kate. Covering you is bad for my budget.) For those of you tracking Wills’s every sartorial move, yes, these are his usual khakis — the ones I privately call “the trousers that tell me more about The Royal Junk than anticipated.” Let’s start with the snap from KP’s Insta, with a helpful Informative Caption….

…and as ever, you can see more in the slideshow. SO MUCH MORE!

[Photos: Getty]

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Casual Fugs: Gigi and Bella Hadid


I referred to them mentally as the Hadon’t sisters and then chastised myself for it. I cannot resist a good pun, but what’s even MORE tempting is a bad one.

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Fugtrospective: Blake Lively


It’s Blake Lively’s birthday! What better time to revisit some of the most interesting sartorial works of the artist formerly known as Boobs Legsly? Spoiler: Her head basically always looks amazing.

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Fug or Fab: Heidi Klum


You guys. I just flashed onto a vision of what Heidi Klum is going to be like as an old lady. I suspect giant bows and huge huge earrings are involved:

"America's Got Talent" Season 11 Live Show - Arrivals

Is it wrong if I confess that I’m kind of excited for this? It’s going to be fun.

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Fug or Fab the Cover: Various International Issues of September Vogue


And we have another batch of these to eyeball! (If you missed the previous ones, the first set of covers is here, the second is here, and here is the cover of US Vogue.)

[Covers: Various Vogues]

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Your Afternoon Man: Rami Malek


I’ve got a present for those of you who are… what are his fans calling themselves, do we think? Let’s see… Malikes? No. Rami Noodles. That’s clearly it. I think I’ve done my worst possible work there, don’t you? Anyway, this is for all you lovers out there. (Cue “Earth Angel,” and if you don’t know the movie reference, please hop in a DeLorean and speed back to 1985 and get thee to a cineplex.)

Rami Malek

Rami is never boring. I enjoy his kicky taste in shirts in particular, and while the shoes look a little wonkus with this — somehow light shoe plus dark suit make his feet look larger than I would have expected? — I am on the whole pleased to see a young gent in Hollywood treating an event as sartorially seriously as his female co-invitees usually do. He does not phone it in, for which I’m grateful. I’m not as thankful for Mr. Robot itself, which I can’t seem to escape, because the husband watches and it permeates my consciousness while I’m working on the couch next to him. I just… I didn’t like it, then I was bored by it, then I really didn’t like it, and THEN the ongoing critical raves seemed to mystifying to me that I think my distaste fed on them in reverse and it all escalated into Blood-Boiling Ugh. So I find Rami’s wardrobe to be a soothing antidote to all that. Mr. Robot fans, how are you digging season two? Warning: Spoilers may ensue for all episodes that have already aired in the U.S.

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