Fugger: Isabel Lucas

Transfuggers 2: Rise of Whatever


Hey, remember Isabel Lucas? She kind of fell off the face of the earth — I assumed this was because she decided she hated being an actor and in the public eye and chose instead to live a life of quiet solitude and gardening, or something.

Turns out she was just REALLY busy making that headpiece.

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Met Ball Well Played Body/Fug HEAD: Isabel Lucas


Honestly, although I don’t understand what’s happening between her breasts — surely, if that’s a fancy clasp simply to hold her boob curtains closed, it might have been easier to dispense with the concept of boob-curtains all together, in favor of something we call A SHIRT — I kind of like this dress. The color is swell, the pleats are fun, and it doesn’t look like something you’d find in the back of the closet of one of the Manson girls, unlike her usual get-ups. HOWEVER:

WHAT is going on WITH YOUR HEAD?

No. Really. What?

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Fug Madness 2011, Round One: Cher Bracket, Part II


Just a reminder: if the polls appear all wonky to you — if they say they’re closed, or they seem to think you’ve already voted, this is some weird-ass bug in WordPress and it SHOULD be fixed today. However! If it ISN’T, what seems to fix it — for reasons we can not figure out — is if you pop into the comments and comment. That seems to reboot things some of the time? It’s a mystery. ANYWAY. If you are in dire straits, try it. (And of course, we welcome and want your comments anyway!)

TO THE BRACKETS!

(6) FABIOLA BERACASA vs. (11) ALEXA CHUNG

It is really hard to know what to say about Fabiola, socialite (or ex-socialite, because socialites might be so over that they don’t even really exist anymore) and lady-about-town, except that these pants and their lovely holster give her the abdomen of a 70-year old man playing cribbage in a nursing home.

Contrast that with British “It” Girl, and American “What?” Girl, Alexa Chung. If Fabiola is a geriatric card player, then Alexa is the crackling old dame who gets all the Gin Rummy dates, hasn’t paid for a Jell-O in the cafeteria in five years, and probably handles all the contraband:

You probably would want to know her

But that’s not all. She also apparently¬†needs to be able to hang herself from her thighs before¬†running off to the Ren Faire

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Fugabel Lucas


I am obsessed with the fictional life I’ve totally made up for Isabel Lucas:

In my mind, as you know, she’s part of the Manson family, she’s Amish, and she’s the protagonist in a Lois Duncan novel. This outfit, I think, dates from the chapter in that novel right before she actually moves to the commune. And I must admit that I don’t know the rest of that story for sure, but I am REALLY pretty sure that it doesn’t end very well for me, personally.

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Fugabel Lucas


Look, I don’t know for sure:

But I feel like it’s VERY UNLIKELY that Isabel Lucas came in and said to her Hair and Face Team, “tonight, I’m really feeling, like, Manson Family about two weeks before the shit really hits the fan. Can we make that happen? Awwwesome.” And yet that is where we have ended up.

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Freaky Fug Friday: Now With A Prize


Well, it’s almost Christmas, and in the spirit of giving, we here at GFY have a wee prize to attach to this week’s Freaky Fug Friday — the type of thing where, if you win it and you’ve already got it or you aren’t into it, somebody you know WILL be, and thus it will make a lovely holiday gift for the person in your life who likes Mad Men, and illustrations, and humor (and really, what’s not to love about all those?). Yes, ladies and gents, the prize is a copy of Mad Men: The Illustrated World, by Dyna Moe, the awesomeness of whose name cannot be overlooked. You might recognize Dyna’s work from that time everybody and their mother was making Mad Men avatars for themselves and then using them as Facebook profile photos.

Anyway, to win, you just have to enter Freaky Fug Friday and be voted to victory by Fug Nation. Easy! Except, not, because y’all are freaky-good at these little assignments. This one is a toughie, but I think it will be fun. Ready? Go:

THE SUBJECT: Isabel Lucas, actress and strong candidate for Fug Madness.

THE SITUATION: She was apparently meeting a friend for lunch in Los Feliz, although why that called for trotting out one of Melinda Gordon’s nightgowns from season one of Ghost Whisperer is beyond me.

THE TASK: Since Jessica and I keep talking about how this almost looks like a novel cover, maybe a new print of a classic, your assignment is to imagine that it IS a novel cover. Name the novel, and write its cover blurb — it can be a kicky tagline or a punchy plot synopsis akin to a back-cover blurb. But keep it to just a few sentences, in the interests of keeping your sanity intact.

THE RULES: All entries must be posted in the comments of this post by 9 p.m. Pacific time on Sunday. A reminder: To comment, you scroll up and click on the little talk bubble, and it zips you to the comments section (we are working on another more prominent link to comments, but for now this is what we’ve got); or click on the title of this post and then when the new page loads, scroll all the way down to the bottom.

THE CONCLUSION: Have fun! We hope the winner will be very happy with his/her beautiful Mad Men book. It really is a gem even if you’re not a superfan of the show.

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