Fug File: Well Played

Well Played, Kirsten Dunst in Vivienne Westwood

These two make a fetching couple.

Kirsten Dunst Unbroken premiere

And Kirsten looks fab — slick, lovely, totally professional, like the frustratingly foxy but awesome wife of the best-looking dude at your office, who always makes you feel so grubby at the office Christmas party because your dress NEVER fits that well and whatever you’ll just be over there by the spinach dip.

[Photo: AKM-GSI]


Mostly Well Played, Taylor Swift

Let’s see what T Swift’s got up her sleeve. Or what sleeves…you know what? I’m not going to be able to pull off the u-turn required for that bit of wordplay. Just ignore me.

[Photos: AKM/GSI, Splash]


Well Played, Anna Kendrick

SHE looks unimpressed — this photo has such a longing, stare-off-into-middle-distance look that I can only think she’s thinking of the lover she’s left behind, the noble man with whom it could not be — but, fictional abortive romance aside, I think she should perk up:

Stars attend the "Into The Woods" Photocall in London  **USA ONLY**

This is REALLY the only time of year that velvet garners nary a side-eye and this dress is both very charming on her AND looks very cozy. THAT is a win.

[Photo: AKM/GSI]


Well Played, Diane Kruger

I feel like this is one of those dresses that you can wear for the holidays and everyone is like, “ooooh, festive!!!”

Glamour Awards 2014

But the rest of the year, they’d be like, “you sort of look like a table runner.”

[Photo: Fame/Flynet]


Well Played: The Golden Globes Nominations Announcement

This is a fully rando group of people, which is one of the many reasons I so enjoy the Globes as a thing. It’s always random and it’s definitely drunk.

[Photo: Splash]


Well Played, Emily Blunt in Lanvin

I am in love with this color. We’re most likely going to elope; I’m very happy for us.

Emily Blunt in Lanvin

I assume she’s in Dubai promoting Into The Woods, and I further posit that getting to wear something major like this makes the prospect of doing all the international PR legwork a LOT more tolerable. (Well, that, and flying First Class.) And now that she has a Globe nod… I am feeling marginally less intimidated by the onset of awards season. Keep me cheerful, Emily. Please.

[Photo: Getty]