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Well Played: Diane Kruger at the W Magazine Party


If you’re not following Diane Kruger on Instagram, you should. She posts a lot of fun pictures of herself, but more importantly, she is not shy about sharing Pacey on there — including one the other day of her cat appearing to high-five his foot. And finally, occasionally she mixes up a word and writes things like, in a post about a female friend, “Thanks for years of unconstitutional love.” It’s a treat.

As is this dress (how’s THAT for a transition?):

Josh Jackson and Diane Kruger W Magazine

I wish parts of the shoes weren’t plastic, but the entire vibe here — the clutch that matches (I think) her heels, and the mod frock — is fabulous on her. If a genie came out of a bottle right in front of me and told me I could change any of my body parts, I would swap in her legs immediately. Well, first I would explain to the genie, “Generally, this is not how genies work, and you need to rethink the specificity of your approach,” but THEN I would say, “Also, give me Diane Kruger’s legs, and throw in Pacey because if they’re touching we can consider him an extension of her.” Then we’d probably get into a fight and he’d give me Tori Spelling’s Season 10 90210 boobs without me asking and threaten to leave them there, but in the end we’d make up and maybe even have some impossible feelings for each other before I sauntered away on THOSE LEGS and became my very best self.

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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.”

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Unfug or Fab: Diane Kruger in Michael van der Ham


First order of business: Diane Kruger has joined Instagram (@dianekrugerperso), and is not opposed to posting photos of Pacey. I consider this a public service announcement.

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Second: This dress is mostly cute, but I can’t decide what I would tinker with to sell it harder. I don’t think the shin window adds any particular romance to this, as usual — but honestly, I think what’s throwing me more is the upper-arm loops. They’re heavy enough that they make any tinkering I want to do with the skirt turn into something frumpy. Like, if I shorten the skirt, suddenly the loops become LOOPS. They are The Feature. And I’m not sure if I want that. Ditto if I lengthen the skirt. I MIGHT cut off the loops? And then hem the skirt where the slip stops. Or, just fully line it. Or even leave it. The moral of this story is, I am indecisive, and can’t remember where I’ve seen those Dior shoes before. Please send help on both counts.

Oh, but before you vote, some unfinished business:

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Fug or Fab: Diane Kruger in Elie Saab


Always and forever, I love those shoes. And her escort, even if he is looking a little rumpled”

The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences' Hollywood Costume Opening Party - Arrivals

The truth is, I’m even willing to sign off on this entire look — yes, it’s like lingerie under a blazer, but the lingerie is fabulous and the jacket is, too — but I might just be getting Sheer Stockholm Syndrome and it’s entirely possible that I’m no longer a reliable narrator.

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Fug or Fab: Diane Kruger in Chanel


Do these tiny little bangs ever work on anyone? My vote is no:

Diane Kruger Decorated At Ministere Of Culture In Paris

I might vote no on this dress, too. I mean, look: I love Dynasty as much as anyone else, but that doesn’t mean I want to dress like Alexis Carrington Colby at a charity luncheon all the time.

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Fugs and Fabs: The InStyle 20th Anniversary Party


Unsurprisingly, InStyle draws a very good celebrity crowd, even during a Fashion Week that feels a little light on the star power.

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