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Fugs and Fabs: The Rest of the MTV Movie Awards


Daisy Ridley won the Breakthrough award, which feels right. AND she gets to be in Star Wars and walk around with those quads (you’ll see when you click in), and know the deepest secrets of Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac). She TRULY has everything.

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Grammys Post-Party Fugs and Fabs


I thought for a second that was Selena Gomez in the background, and I was going to stage a fashion intervention. As it is, we might need to tell Taylor to put down the tube tops.

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Fugs and Fabs: The Premiere of “The Danish Girl”


Amber is all, “Wait. Do you look… clean? Again? IS THIS A TREND?”

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Fugs and Fabs: The Ferragamo 100th Anniversary Party


I never know whether to lead with the eye sores, or the celebs you love. In this case I decided it was kinder to start out with a wallop and then soothe you with some Kiernan Shipka, as opposed to luring you into a false sense of relaxation and then dropping Camilla Belle in your laps like a hot mic.

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MTV VMAs Fug Carpet: The Naked and the Sheers


Or in pizza* terms: It’s not delivery, it’s DiGiorNOOOOOOOO.

*For the uninitiated, one day we decided we were tired of talking about sheer clothing and decided to talk about pizza instead. It’s morphed into GFY slang in which “pizza” means “sheer.”

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Fugs and Fabs: The Rest of the “She’s Funny That Way” Premiere


AWESOME: This had been up for two and a half hours before I realized I forgot to write an intro. Well, what could I have said that’s better than WORDS anyway?

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Unfug It Up: Holland Roden


This suffers from a lack of confidence in itself.

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It’s as if nobody involved with this outfit at ANY level was totally certain ANY of it was the right way to go. You could peel off the bib, or redesign the neckline to incorporate it more organically. You could take out the horizontal sections of the skirt. You could cut it off where the lining stops, or extend the slip all the way to the hem. You could give her a clutch that doesn’t blend into the rest of it and some more stylish jewelry. You could give her a deeper lip and edgier hair. You could, in fact, try any of those things. I’m shocked it ended in interesting shoes, actually, because THAT’S usually where people give up the hardest, but here it’s as if someone thought, “Well, hell, let’s at least finish strong and maybe they’ll forget the rest,” like if you win a football game 3-0 on a last-second field goal and pray the columnists and fans are so relieved that they ignore how miserable the other 59:59 were. Now, “miserable” is not a word I’d apply to this,  but I WOULD attempt at least one of the aforementioned fixes, if not a few. What would you do? And in related news, do we think she needs to go crazy at the salon and get a choppy short haircut of some kind, just to shake it up a bit? Or is that just what I’m going to do? It’s like every few years I feel the need to cut my hair so that I’m reminded how bad it looks on me, and can then grow it out and safely move forward safely for another few calendar cycles.

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