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Fug and Fab: Lizzy Caplan in Proenza Schouler


Lizzy has some of the most interesting tastes in town, and THANK YOU SWEET FRIEND for not punting even though it’s August and the weather has been hella weird and it’s easier not to leave the house.

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This is a scrolldown for me, because while I love the jungle element of the dress, the shoes make as much sense as a lion in an ant farm: They just don’t seem at home (although SLIGHTLY less likely to react to that by eating their enemies). Get back to me when you’re in a ballet entitled Christian Louboutin Presents: The Birth of Our Savior Blue Ivy, starring Lizzy Caplan as whoever held Beyonce’s laptop to document her contractions.

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TCA Fugs and Fines: MORE TCA


Is TCA just forever, now? Do all our TV critic friends just live at TCA now? At least Colbert and Josh Jackson are there. Oh my god, I just realized this event has two of my Top Three Dudes. (You know, the top three celebs for whom you’d get a Free Pass. YES, one of mine is Colbert. Although I basically want to marry him, not just sleep with him. My love for Colbert is pure. Actually, I am not 100% sure Pacey makes the Top Three anymore. I’m going to need to think on this. I’ll be in my bunk.)

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TCA Fugs and Fabs: CW, CBS, and Showtime Party, Part II


PACEY! Plus so many patterns.

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Fugs and Fabs: Masters of Sex screening


I quit watching this show early in season two, after yet another dumb game of Let’s Not Tell Each Other How We Really Feel And In Fact End Up Hurting Each Other Terribly Instead. But now that Josh Charles is joining the cast… well, if I don’t bone up on season two, so to speak, I will at least dive back in during season three.

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Met Gala Well Played: Lizzy Caplan in Donna Karan


On a night where subtlety did not always reign among those who tackled elements of the theme, I think this is quite lovely.

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I am only just noticing how many people chose full topknots or high buns to complement their looks, which I hope was just a coincidence and not everyone’s aesthetic default when confronted with the theme. But it is the right pick here, as is that rich lipstick and the earrings, with the gently draped gown that has gentle and recognizable influences but is not hammering us in the brain with a stereotype. With that black and white Emmys dress of fall 2014, she and Donna Karan are now two-for-two with each other. In red-carpet terms that’s like winning two Super Bowls in a row.

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Fugs and Fabs of the Elle Women in Hollywood Awards: Part Two


And now, things take a turn for the more colorful. [Photos: Getty, Splash]

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