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New York Fugshion Week: Celebs of Day 2


Okay, and some celebs from Day 1. Bear with us; we’re East Coast this week and so some pictures come in after we’ve taken to our beds.

Anyway, we had a pretty great day:

– It started with a surprisingly good Project Runway finale, at which Alyssa Milano wore the abovepictured WTF. The article (and the slideshow, but only in the VERY LAST slide, so you can avoid if you want) contains mild spoilers in the form of the guest judge’s identity, descriptions of some of the eight collections, and guesses about who the finalists are, but no concrete information about that because we don’t know it. Consider yourselves warned anyway, just in case.

– We also hit up Nautica, which was full of shirtless and/or short-shorted (or both) male models, and most importantly, we talked to Dadshaw from The Carrie Diaries about what it’s like watching your TV daughter and knowing she grew up to get dumped by Post-It. There is probably something nerdy about the fact that we bypassed Colin Egglesfield and Josh Henderson to talk to Dadshaw, but I own that, and I love him now, so there.

– We ALSO saw darling of Fug Madness Zosia Mamet at Rebecca Minkoff (where Nicky Hilton was a total pill), where Janelle f’ing Monae performed live during the show and KILLED IT in impressive high-energy fashion.

– Finally, we’re pretty sure Bella Thorne thinks we’re totally stupid after we talked to her about Britney at Nicole Miller.

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Fugs and Fabs of the InStyle Summer Soiree: The Neutrals, Part 1


InStyle had a big party last night and now that we’re on the topic, I want to make it publicly known that I suspect my mail carrier is hoarding my InStyles and reading them. In fact, I think my mail carrier is reading a lot of my magazines because they’re often SUSPICIOUSLY late and once Us Weekly had coffee on it. And honestly, dude, I am fine with you flipping through my InStyle in secret but read it more quickly! I need to know about fall nail polish colors!

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Teen Choice Awards Fugs and Fabs: The Brights


Also known as: hey, here’s a bunch of other women who came to this thing! Actually many of them looked cute. Applause!

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Fugs and Fabs: EW’s Comic-Con Party


For some reason — and I’m sure this will change once I publish the post, but for now — the list of “related posts” coming up as I type this is: The NFL Draft from 2012, the NBA Draft, and the NFL Draft from 2013.  Because Ginnifer Goodwin and various CW stars have SO much in common with those two things.

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Fugs and Fabs: The CW Upfront


All hail the unexpected return of The Carrie Diaries! Between that and Hart of Dixie, The CW is thoughtfully keeping our fugcapping racket in business. However, the network also has a show about Mary, Queen of Scots, called Reign; some weird looking alien-human yada-yada called Star-Crossed; a remake of a show called The Tomorrow People (which I used to watch when I was a kid and will probably watch at least twice now), and The 100, about juvenile delinquents sent back to nuclear-ravaged Earth as test subjects, and (I assume) Lord of the Flies-style shenanigans ensue. Let’s face it: I will probably give all of those a shot, because nobody speaks my language like The CW, even when it speaks it fairly badly. Of all of them, I’d say Reign has the only Fug the Show potential, but then again, it’s not like I can speak with any authority on clothes from that era — although I CAN say I wish the romantic lead would manscape a little better.

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People’s Choice Awards: Lots of Famous People


Rolling right along. Man, a lot more people go to the People’s Choice Awards than I realized. I guess they DO care about The People. That’s a warm feeling.

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