Fugger: Adele

Well Played, Adele


I am a sucker for a ladylike, long-sleeved winter frock:

Are you ready to be stunned? It’s Stella McCartney. Your shock might be mitigated when I show you the original version, to which this one bears very little resemblance, beyond its lovely fabric. It’s a delight to see Adele in a pattern — she busts them out now and then, and it’s always fun to see her in something other than basic black. Considering the season, and that she wore this to meet The Queen, it is basically deliciously perfect. Bonus points, of course, for the dainty little veil. If you can’t sport a dainty little veil to meet Her Maj, when can you?

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Oscars Well Played, Adele


I have major Hair and Lipstick Envy when it comes to Adele. And Voice Envy, but I assume that goes without saying.

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Grammys Fug or Fab: Adele


I’m torn on this one — thrilled that it’s not her standard basic boring black, and loving the brightness and fun of it all…

And yet, something in her face tells me Adele expected to ride ON the magic carpet to the Grammys, not ride IN it.

Is this your cup of joe?

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Fug or Fab The Cover and the Grammys: Adele


For me, the exciting thing about Vogue putting Adele on the cover was them putting Adele on the cover. To me, this isn’t Adele. This is Amber Heard. And I don’t mean to knock on Amber Heard, who could be the nicest person ever to put on false eyelashes, but a) she is no Adele, b) I’m pretty sure she would ALSO tell you that she is no Adele, and c) if you are making Adele look like every cookie-cutter Playboy Club-style starlet out there, you’re taking away what makes her Adele. And now that I’ve gotten that out of my system, let’s check out how Adele represented at the Grammys and see if we all feel like there’s still a fire burning in our souls.

First, Vogue:

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And the Grammy looks:

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