Fugger: Alyssa Milano

New York Fugshion Week: Celebs of Day One


DAY ONE DOWN! Click through the slideshow to check out all the yahoos we eyeballed, and some of the ones we didn’t, but get the real scoop via our coverage over at The Cut:

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Fugs and Fabs: The Stand-Up to Cancer Event


SO many people came to this thing, in part, I am sure, because no one wants to say, “meh, cancer, whatever” when you get invited to a charity event devoted to curing it. An excellent cause indeed. And don’t worry, Diane Kruger and Pacey get their own post all to themselves, up next. We have to discuss them separately, because I have THEORIES. I also have a theory about the people here as well, actually and that theory is that some of their stylists have mentally checked out post-Grammys/pre-Oscars. In other words: NO ONE IS SAFE RIGHT NOW.

[Photos: Getty]

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Fugject Runway All-Stars


This whole upping-her-fashion-game experiment has gone very strangely for Alyssa Milano.

Pink lipstick, competing animal prints, red and blue stripes, and black shoes? Most of these should not be happening together. To put it in baseball parlance she might prefer: You don’t send your entire bench to the bullpen all at once. You don’t put in all your pinch-runners in the same inning. You don’t buy all the food you think you want at the same time, because it doesn’t matter — you WILL still be hungry in the seventh. You don’t — you know what? Baseball isn’t helping. Let’s just stick with: You don’t.

[Photo: WENN]

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Fugs or Fabs: Alyssa Milano


Well, you can’t say Alyssa Milano isn’t taking fashion risks now that she’s hosting Project Runway All Stars. When we watched the regular Runway finale the other night, seeing her sitting there in her fancy-dress PE uniform made me jump and shiver all over again. This is not that bad. Nothing is that bad. (I feel fairly safe in welcoming her to Fug Madness.) But it’s also busier than Ryan Seacrest, and sadly, I think only a woman with about six more inches of height could pull that off without looking devoured by it. In other words, they may have given it to the wrong Runway host.

[Photo: Getty]

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New York Fugshion Week: Celebs of Day 2


Okay, and some celebs from Day 1. Bear with us; we’re East Coast this week and so some pictures come in after we’ve taken to our beds.

Anyway, we had a pretty great day:

– It started with a surprisingly good Project Runway finale, at which Alyssa Milano wore the abovepictured WTF. The article (and the slideshow, but only in the VERY LAST slide, so you can avoid if you want) contains mild spoilers in the form of the guest judge’s identity, descriptions of some of the eight collections, and guesses about who the finalists are, but no concrete information about that because we don’t know it. Consider yourselves warned anyway, just in case.

– We also hit up Nautica, which was full of shirtless and/or short-shorted (or both) male models, and most importantly, we talked to Dadshaw from The Carrie Diaries about what it’s like watching your TV daughter and knowing she grew up to get dumped by Post-It. There is probably something nerdy about the fact that we bypassed Colin Egglesfield and Josh Henderson to talk to Dadshaw, but I own that, and I love him now, so there.

– We ALSO saw darling of Fug Madness Zosia Mamet at Rebecca Minkoff (where Nicky Hilton was a total pill), where Janelle f’ing Monae performed live during the show and KILLED IT in impressive high-energy fashion.

– Finally, we’re pretty sure Bella Thorne thinks we’re totally stupid after we talked to her about Britney at Nicole Miller.

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New York Fugshion Week: Day One in Celebrities


Well, we both caught a norovirus on the way to New York, so it was a deeply unglamorous start to the week. But at least there were was some non-naked Klum at BCBG, Alyssa Milano being the boss at Tadashi Shoji, and some Jonai at Richard Chai.  It was SO hilarious to watch these three posing together with their matching come-hither squints. Nothing is more assured to make me go thither instead.

[Photos: Getty]

 

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