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I feel like…look, when BOTH halves of your dress look like they’ve been fashioned out of items found in your hotel room — the curtains! The bedsheets! — then something has gone awry:

Maybe that something is your luggage, in which case I’ll allow this. Otherwise? Not so much.

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Fug and Fab: The Ladies of “Non-Stop”


I kind of love that Lady Mary is doing an action thriller, because — unless Downton Abbey takes a very unexpected turn — it’s so very un-Mary. And Lupita Nyong’o is in it, too, although she skipped the Paris premiere, perhaps smartly saving her style mojo for the BAFTAs and the Oscars. Anyway,¬†Non-Stop is apparently Liam Neeson as an air marshal who is told a passenger will die every twenty minutes unless yada yada yada, because I guess Liam Neeson is the new Harrison Ford. This of this as Taken: My Plane.

And enter Michelle Dockery… as the woman he loves:

I actually have no idea if that’s true, but it SHOULD be. He SHOULD love Michelle Dockery. Everyone else does. And she looks great here in a simple little black dress with a cool belt, a subtle but still very much present lip, nice black shoes that are beyond your basic round-toe platform, and a shiny clutch. This is so simple, but so sophisticated, and makes you hypnotized by her skin and her bone structure. And not an ounce of bronzer in sight, Hollywood. See? You CAN be person-colored.

Julianne Moore is also in this movie:

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Fugs and Fabs: CFDA Finalists’ Dinner


Man, yesterday was one busy Veterans’ Day.

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Fug the Covers: InStyle with Julianne Moore and Taylor Swift


In noticing and being horrified by the latest InStyle cover, I realized I forgot to put up the October issue featuring Julianne Moore. Let’s remedy that first:

Her hair looks amazing. It’s too bad the text is stepping all over it, but I guess that’s the rub of being on the cover. I love her in the sexy green shirt, too, but I keep wanting to reach out and straighten her necklace. There’s something stiff and absent in her face — she’s radiant, but she also seems like this is the fiftieth shot and her facial muscles were getting tired. In all, though, it’s VERY InStyle, ¬†exactly what I would imagine this magazine’s core reader would want, and it makes the next one look even worse by comparison:

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Fug or Fab: Julianne Moore


I wish Julianne Moore would start a GOOP-esque publication, and it could be all about her beauty routine. She has said that she’s kept out of her the sun almost her entire life, because she burns, and as a also-pale person, I do wear a hat whenever I am in the sun. But somehow, it’s not going quite this well:

I blame genetics. Anyway, to recap: she is gorgeous, her hair is glorious, she looked amazing throughout A Single Man and should let Tom Ford dress her like a sad-but-fabulous 60s glamourpuss at all time, and now she’s wearing this Givenchy number. I have to say… I am kind of feeling it. But I might just be mesmerized into bliss by that clutch.

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Fug or Fine: Julianne Moore


We’ve bleated ad nauseam about the best way for a fair-skinned blonde to wear yellow: duskier shade, awesome red lip, like Diane Kruger here or Michelle Wiliams at Brokeback Oscars. But what about a fair-skinned redhead? Julianne tried a heavier yellow at last year’s Emmys and it was like trying to guzzle a bottle of artificial lemon flavoring. How did this do? Let’s talk.

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