Fugger: Kylie Minogue

Oscars Fugs and Fabs: Greens, Blues, and Purples

Not enough of any of these — never enough! — but still a nice showing.

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Fugs and Fabs: The Rest of the British Fashion Awards

I’m starting to wonder if I would even recognize Posh if I saw her from the other side. It’s like a yeti sighting. It never happens.

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Well Played, Kylie Minogue in Dolce & Gabbana

This was for a holiday event at Claridges — their Christmas Tree party — and I literally feel like she could not look MORE Christmas-y unless she dressed like Santa. (I sort of felt the spirit of Chandler Bing inhabit me there, briefly. Sorry about that. [Not actually that sorry, really.])

Claridge's & Dolce And Gabbana Christmas Tree Party

Is it a bit match-y? Maybe. Do I really care? NO. Am I drinking egg nog used in place of creamer in my coffee right now? NO, and I’m very peevish about that at the moment, so maybe let’s not talk about it.

Let’s talk, instead, about her coat. It has AMAZING LINING:

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Can’t Get You Out of my Fug: Kylie Minogue

I love Kylie, but what is even happening here?

Kylie Minogue attends the Maison Assouline store launch **USA ONLY**

You remember she played The Green Fairy in Moulin Rouge? (A movie I was just thinking about in the car yesterday, for literally no reason, other than that I decided that was Nicole Kidman at her most beautiful.) I feel like this outfit is SURELY intended for a relation thereof — so fluffy, so pink, so floaty. Can’t you envision a movie in which Kylie wears this…thing…and floats into a room on a cloud and sits at a burnished, shiny dressing table and powers her face, and then sings something weird and confusing? She looks like what would happen if Cotton Candy and Krystle Carrington had a baby, and while I cannot legitimately cosign this as a viable look, the truth is that I would subscribe to that newsletter.

[Photo: AKM/GSI]


amfAR in Cannes: Fugs and Fabs, Part 1

Sorry, Dior, but for this Prom she picked McQueen.

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Logie Awards: Fugs and Fabs

Wills and Kate are gone, so Australia sounded the gong, and its TV best and brightest filled the void in typically fugnificent fashion. We love you, Oz.

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