Fugger: Leelee Sobieski

Fugs and Fabs: The Rest of the “Monuments Men” Premiere

Jessica and I are flying to New York today, so as of this writing, nothing had shown up on the Internet yet to explain why Bill Murray attended the Monuments Men premiere with a massive head wound. Somewhere, a gopher is probably rubbing its hands together with gloaty glee.

[Photos: Getty, WENN]


Fugs and Fabs: Celebs at Couture Week

Everyone is in a post-SAGs, pre-Grammys, pre-pre-NYFW, pre-pre-pre-BAFTAs, and pre-pre-pre-pre-Oscars hole right now. So not that many people other than Olga Kurylenko made the rounds in Paris this time, but let’s see if those who DID made it count.

[Photos: Fame/Flynet]


Fugs and Fabs: The Dior/Guggenheim Event

Remember when I couldn’t figure out why Natalie Portman’s face looked slightly different? Well, I saw a before-and-after in Us Weekly (I think) about how she changed the arch of her eyebrows, and I think that really is what I was noticing. Never let it be said that print magazines have nothing left to teach us.

[Photos: Splash, Getty]


Met Gala Fugs and Fabs: Black and White

Let’s look at all the people who wore black or white or black AND white. (Now I want a cookie.) There were A LOT of them.

[Photos: Getty]


NYC FugFug

I know one thing for sure:

Leelee Sobieski is going to make for a tremendously elegant eighty-year-old woman. Just close one eye, and we’re already there.


Fug or Fab: Leelee Sobieski

I wasn’t really expecting to like this.

I mean, it’s a glorified white shirt. Scarlett O’Hara would have deigned this as a nursing uniform, if she particularly enjoyed feeding people the milk of  human kindness. But there’s something sort of genius in its simplicity. Sure, maybe a snug, colorful belt would’ve livened up the joint — in fact, in many ways this is the antithesis of the last thing she wore on this site – and I’m not sold on the hair (is it looped under and pinned into a bob? I’m never a fan of that). But Leelee looks approximately eleventy feet tall, and she’s smiling, which goes a long way. Plus this:

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