Fugger: Julianne Moore

Fugs and Fabs: The Rest of the London Mockingjay Part 2 Premiere


You expected me to dismiss this because it’s a three-quarter dress over pants, right? WELL. I am tempted to, obviously, but I also think Elizabeth Banks is giving us plenty to discuss.

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Unfug or Fab: Jennifer Lawrence in Dior and Julianne Moore in Jason Wu


This is another one on which Heather and I had a minor difference of opinion — although I think we MOSTLY agreed, just with varying levels of irritation:

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My primary thoughts were — which Heather shared, to what degree I shall allow her to expound upon in the comments — that this color is great, those sleeves are absurd and make the entire thing look too old for her, J Law HAS done worse, and, more than anything, why didn’t Julianne Moore wear THIS instead of what she did wear:

'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2' World Premiere In Berlin

Zzzzzzz.

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UnFug It Up: Julianne Moore, in Chanel


First of all, she needs to step away from Karl Lagerfeld. But! This was a Chanel event, so it’s not like she could call him and be like, “yeah, I’ll be there, but I’m going to wear this extremely streamlined Calvin Klein. SEE YOU LATER KARL.”

Mademoiselle Prive Exhibition

With that in mind, dear god, at the very least, I want her to take off the jacket. Don’t get rid of it, or anything crazy — that would be rash. You can wear it with jeans! But the jacket and the necklace and the collar and the decision not to use sleeves…? This is just too much. Me, I’d put the jacket back in the closet and swap it for a black one. What do you think?

While you ponder that, look how great she looked earlier in the day:

The Mademoiselle Prive Exhibition In London

BINGO.

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Fugs and Fabs: Julianne Moore


When we were on TLo’s podcast last week, the four of us briefly got off topic, discussing celebrities we suspect of just having bad taste, which is my theory about J Law. (Which, look, she’s super talented; it’s way preferable to be Very Talented With Terrible Taste than to be Terrible At Your Job But Well Dressed, I think.) And one of the boys suggested that Julianne Moore might fall into the same category. Now, I will say that I really love this dress but suspect it might be Too Young For Her:

'Freeheld' New York Premiere

I dunno. Do we think there comes a point in a woman’s life when the bow needs to be set aside? I’m honestly asking. But, overall, I think that dress is a dishy velvet delight. (It is of course Saint Laurent and was originally a mini.)

THIS, however, is bringing down her average:

'Freehold' Co-Stars Leave A Meeting In New York

WHAT. NO. STOP.

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Toronto Film Fest Fug Carpet: Julianne Moore


Remember awards season? Sigh. The thing is, some of this is fine. One of them I even like. But all the black is just blahness as usual, in terms of a color story, especially after she trained us to expect better. It’s like if she suddenly stopped making movies and started playing opposite Jon Cryer in a sitcom on TNT:¬†We know too well that she’s capable of more exhilarating heights.

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Fug and Fab and WTF the Covers: The W Magazine “New Royals” Covers, October 2015


Allison Williams must have been a good sport, but I have no choice but to conclude these photos were someone’s declaration of a vendetta against her.

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Fugs and Fabs: Celebs at Chanel


There is a HILARIOUS and wonderful disparity between what these celebs showed up in, and what Karl then put on them for the show. PS: Lily Collins totally chewed SOMEONE out over this. I’m not sure who. BUT SOMEONE.

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