Fugger: Rihanna

The Fugster: The Latest in Rihanna

Because it’s important to check in every once in a while.

[Photos: Fame/Flynet, Pacific Coast News]


MTV Movie Awards Fug Carpet: Rihanna in Ulyana Sergeenko

It amuses me that Rihanna has basically just given up on buttoning things. Anything beyond a robe is simply too much work. At this rate, she literally is going to show up somewhere wrapped in her hotel bath towel eventually.

[Photo: Getty]


Recent Fugs and Fabs of Rihanna

We missed a LOT of Paris Fashion Week madness while we were in Oscars hell; it’s time to rectify that with an omnibus of her omnipresent omnibody.

[Photos: Pacific Coast News, WENN, Fame/Flynet, Splash]


Fugs and Fabs: Celebrities at Paris Fashion Week, Part I

Or, perhaps more accurately, “Celebrities at Paris Fashion Week So Far.” Although surely they’re all winging their ways back to Los Angeles for the Oscars this weekend, right? If a celebrity doesn’t attend an Oscar party, does that celebrity actually even exist?

[Photos: Getty, WENN]


We Found Love in a Hopeless Fug

I’ve decided that, sometime around the Grammys, Rihanna turned to someone (a stylist, a friend, Drake), and was all like, “I’m really into ROBES right now,” and that person just nodded and ate another Dorito.

I have spent a great portion of the Dorito-eating time of this day, in fact, trying to figure out what this is. I thought she had a bra-top on, and then I remembered that is just her tattoo — I am kind of secretly amused by a tattoo that fools judgmental bloggers into thinking you’re wearing more undergarments than you are; it’s totally practical in that sense. So I think we’ve got, from head to toe: wig, parka, leather trench, wrap skirt, great shoes? Now is the moment where you do the opposite of Coco Chanel and put just one more thing on (a shirt) and we are in hot sexy business. So close!




Well Played Cover: Rihanna on Vogue, March 2014

Who had Rihanna in the pool?

I actually think this cover is great, which means I’ve liked every single one of their covers since December, which means either I have some kind of wicked brain fog or Vogue has started picking their covers via a different means that usual. I think it helps that her face looks great here: very little makeup, simple hair, lively expression. Combined, especially with those light-wash jeans, it almost makes this look like it could have been a photoshoot (with a proper model, not a celebrity) from the mid-90s, and there’s something refreshing about that. Of course she’s wearing Marc Jacob’s Farewell to Louis Vuitton, but that seems right for this exact occasion. Keep it up, Vogue.

[Photo: Mario Testino/Vogue]