Fugger: Dakota Johnson

Fugs and Fabs: The LACMA Art and Film Gala, Part I


This particular party always brings out the A list, and this year was no exception. It’s kind of like all the celebs are slowly crawling out of their late summer vacation holes (it’s been hot in Los Angeles until this past weekend, when we all burst into delighted tears at the rain and put on our boots and pretended it wasn’t going to heat up again before the end of the week) and getting into awards season shape. To which I say: bring it on.  In fact, so many people popped up at this thing that I’ve had to break it into three courses. Like a meal. First up, your appetizer: Everyone who decided they were feeling particularly pale.

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Fugs and Fabs: CFDA Fashion Fund Event


In case you woke up this morning and thought, “I want to see some major celebs in major outfits waiting at the valet,” I have got you covered.

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Fugs and Fehs: Everyone Else at Chanel


I mean, Kristen Stewart didn’t so much STEAL the thunder as flagrantly take it without paying and then slap everyone in the face with it. But there’s still plenty to ogle, beginning with Mr. Leto, because that’s the way he’d like it.

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Fugs and Fabs: Everyone Else at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic


There were a LOT of women at this event who are wearing a version of that great white lace dress Kate wore in Australia (which is apparently available at the end of the month,if you’re in need of one). And also a lot of cute wedges and sunglasses.

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Met Gala Well Played: Dakota Johnson in Jason Wu


Much like Kate Mara before her, Dakota is benefiting from my general excitement that this is something resembling anything.

I’m neutral on what her hair is doing — I think I’d have done a bun, maybe even sans bangs — but the lip is pretty, and the gown, disco-elegant. Would navy gloves have been too matchy? Because black feels a bit tacked-on, but I love the gloves in GENERAL — I think they are, actually, a fast way to beef up the glam factor of just about anything, and I may start applying that to my t-shirts and jeans. It’s going to be epic.

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Fug the Cover: Dakota Johnson on Elle


If you want your cover to look like Hayden Panettiere in a dark wig, then just use Hayden Panettiere in a dark wig. We know she’ll do it.

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