Fugger: Marion Cotillard

Fug or Fab: Marion Cotillard


Well, I personally LOVE this — at least the dress portion of the evening — but I feel that there might be those of you out there who worry that she’s wearing a Jiffy Pop poof. That’s why we’re putting it to a vote.

So do your civic duty:

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Fug or Fab the Covers: The Elle Women In Hollywood Issue


For its Women in Hollywood issue, Elle picked a bunch of different cover subjects, with varying degrees of photographic success. I love a multi-cover. Let’s dig in, shall we?

Which is your favorite?

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Fug Ties


This is a picture of Marion Cotillard looking great.

Jessica and I were saying that this is our dream self — casual and effortless-looking, yet still chic. It’s the delusion we want to have about what we look like, before we accidentally look in a mirror and realize we are not actually groovy French ladies with amazing, amazing shoes.

Anyway, this photo is intended as the happy place to which you can retreat after you see the next picture:

gird your loins

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Cannes Fugs and Fabs: Marion Cotillard


Remember that episode of Seinfeld where Jerry was dating that girl who looked amazing in one light and hideous in the next? So half the time he was delighted and the other half he was horrified? That’s kind of how I feel about the rest of Marion’s Cannes wardrobe — sometimes about the same outfit at the same time. It’s personally confusing.

[Photos: Getty and BauerGriffin]

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Cannes (Mostly) Well Played, Marion Cotillard


In which Marion continues to get the cream of the Dior crop. Is this because she’s French?

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Met Ball Fugs or Fines: The Dueling Diors Again, a.k.a. Marion Cotillard and Jennifer Lawrence


It’s been awhile since the darling dueling Dior representatives had to share the same red carpet. Here, they had to pose together, so they got very different outfits, neither of which service the theme and neither of which makes me delirious with joy nor engulfed in hate-flames on the side of my face. In fact, I think Dior totally, disappointingly, punted. Let’s discuss.

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