Fugger: Mischa Barton

Fug or Fab: Mischa Barton

Have we entered a phase where the erstwhile Marissa Cooper has turned into a Noted Kook?

New York City Ballet 2015 Spring Gala

Because if so…I kind of love it. GO FULL CAFTAN, MISCHA.

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Not Horrible: Mischa Barton

“Is that MISCHA BARTON?” I asked my laptop.


And the answer is YES.  And while a fringed cap sleeve always reminds me of a lampshade in a bordello, even I must admit that she’s DEFINITELY looked way worse, and this is a step in the right direction. I ALSO hope it’s a step toward Mischa Barton getting a new TV gig. I miss you, Coop.

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The Fug.C.: Mischa Barton in Têca / Helô Rocha

This dress is not good. It makes her look like a box that somebody quit trying to open.

But my first piece of free advice is: If your illusion netting undulates spontaneously, you’re doing it wrong. Marble your cakes, your rib-eyes, and your slabs, not your torso.

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Casual Fuggerday: Mischa Barton

In case you’re wondering what Mischa Barton is up to:

She’s carrying all the things, and she’s also matching the steel toe of her boot to the sequins on her top, which — frankly — is pretty advanced.

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The Fugliful Life: TFL

This photo album was captioned “MISCHA BARTON at I WILL FOLLOW YOU INTO THE DARK premiere,” and I misread it as, “MISCHA BARTON WILL FOLLOW YOU INTO THE DARK,” which sounds like a great Syfy TV show. She could track people down alleys and into their unlit houses, or you could just hire her for those moments where there’s a noise in your basement and the lightbulb is out and you want backup as you plunge into the inky depths. She should get on that immediately.

As for the clothes:

We begin so many posts with, “Well, her face looks nice,” which almost always portends doom for the rest of it. The good news for Mischa is that it’s not DOOM; just perhaps a drizzle of gloom. With the see-through shirt and satin skirt with the cheap-looking ruffle, I feel like we just got slammed in the abs with a bat marked “2002″ and fell backward into a time when stylists were scarce, and young actresses almost exclusively wore clothes that looked like they cost $19.99 at Charlotte Russe. Then again, having just seen Miley’s pants, maybe we were headed back in that direction anyway.

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Fugs and Fabs: Opening Night at the Metropolitan Opera

And now we have to play catch-up on everything that happened while we were wringing out our Emmy lightboxes. First up is this gala, which was FULL of dramatic gowns. When it’s time to go big, Diane Kruger rarely disappoints.

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