Fugger: Kristin Davis

Fugs and Fabs: Tommy Hilfiger Opens An LA Flagship


How did we not have an LA flagship store anyway? I would have bet money there was one on Rodeo or adjacent. It’s like I don’t even know my own city anymore. It will not surprise you to learn, however, that people went FULL PREPSTER at this thing.

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Sex and the Fugly


Listen, I really like Kristin Davis. I liked her on Sex in the City — where I feel like she had to do a lot of dumb stuff and generally managed to pull it off in a way that didn’t make Charlotte look like a dumb person, if that makes sense — and I liked her on Melrose Place, because how to you dislike a character who cracks her head open on the side of the pool and dies and then haunts Billy for approximately 36 hours before heading off to the astral plane, or whatever? She has good hair. And she looks about ten years younger than she really is (she is 47), and she has a habit of dating smart blowhards (Alec Baldwin, and now Aaron Sorkin), which makes me feel sympathetic because who HASN’T gone through a period of dating smart blowhards?

Which is why I wish we were friends, and if we WERE friends and I was over at her house when she was putting this on, I would say something friendly like, “oooh, I think I liked that top better with jeans. And those pants better at yoga. You’re so pretty. Am I allowed to make fun of Newsroom yet?”

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Fug or Fab: Kristin Davis


I believe this dress is from the same Oscar de la Renta collection as the dress Jennifer Lawrence wore to the SAG awards:

I am not TOTALLY in love with it. There are aspects of it that I really like — the color is sassy — but on the whole, I’m just not sure that it’s doing Charlotte here any favors. (It’s just not that into her? SEE WHAT I DID THERE? Nothing like an easy SatC pun from five years ago — we offer Fug Nation only the freshest material.) It’s like, resoundingly fine on her, and if we’ve learned anything from Sex and the City, it’s that…well, actually, I’m not sure if we didn’t learn that sometimes fine is okay. We might have. We learned a lot of crazy things on that show/movies, like, if you’re bored at home you should consider going to the Middle East and creating an international incident, and that Sarah Jessica Parker believes in sleeping in a bra. So now I’m all confused.

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Well Played, Kristin Davis


Well, this isn’t exactly SHOCKING, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t PRETTY:

In fact, it’s very pretty. I’d actually argue, of course, that I would be shocked if Kristin Davis showed up somewhere and DIDN’T look pretty. How is it possible that she looks not only exactly the same as she did on Sex and the City, but basically the same as she did when she was on Melrose Place when she cracked her head on that cursed pool and died and then spent a couple of weeks half-heartedly haunting poor Billy? Why doesn’t this woman have a blog in which she explains all her beauty secrets? Sure, perhaps it would only read, “sunscreen and good genes,” but STILL. THEN WE WOULD KNOW.

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Well Played, Kristin Davis


I feel like I SHOULD dislike this: It’s all shiny and ruffly and 80s, like something out of a Judith Krantz novel:

But there remains the fact that I LOVE Judith Krantz novels. I mean, seriously, have you re-read the Scruples series lately? It has EVERYTHING: Parisian counts, mistaken identities, extended thoughtful musings about shopping, secret children, people dying in fires, a random mention of my very small high school, man-prostitutes, wigs, semi-eating disorders, a tower devoted solely to sexually harassing one’s man-servants, accidental on-purpose pregnancies, makeovers of people AND buildings, bribery, blackmail, several characters with incredibly bizarre and disturbing psychological make-ups, a secret garden, an actually realistic take on Los Angeles at Oscar season, ponchos, debilitating strokes and, I believe, a hurricane. Say what you want about leggings, but if THOSE ’80s are back, I’ll take it. Along with this.

(Although I wish KD had worn other shoes. But if I learned anything from Scruples’ Billy Orsini, it’s that you can’t always get what you want, right when you want it. Sometimes you have to sulk in your locked secret garden and wait for the thing you want to bribe your gardener/driver Burgo for the key so he can let himself in.) 

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Fug or Fab: Kristin Davis


So, I’m having a little trouble figuring out exactly what color Kristin Davis’s dress was at the SATC 2 premiere, because the camera flashes elicited three different hues:

There appear to be MORE photos in the vein of the middle shade, so I’m guessing that’s closest to what it actually was, and the others were just experiments. Who knows. It’s terribly confusing. I need to be clasped to Intern George’s tender bosom and have my hair stroked. I definitely like the palest pink the least, and for the others, it’s a toss. 
In this one, you can at least see the detail of the dress, which is why I enlarged it for ye. I’m torn here, too, my friends: I like how it fits her, but I am not sold on the necessity of having bonus fabric glued to her hip, like it’s an emergency napkin and/ or seat liner.
Like her co-star SJP, Kristin Davis decided to change for the after-party, which is very common among people whose gowns have adornments that might get torn or trampled when the DJ puts on “Livin’ On A Prayer” and every adult in the room goes apeshit. Here is what she wore:

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