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Fug or Fab: Sarah Jessica Parker in Mary Katrantzou


SJP is wearing Mary Katrantzou because — and this is awesome — Parker, as one of the New York City Ballet’s board of directors, had the brainwave to ask major designers to design pieces for the ballet, and Katrantzou is one of the designers in question (as is Sarah Burton for McQueen, Carolina Herrera, and Thom Browne). Which is extremely cool.  And I recognize that this dress is full-on nutty, but I weirdly sort of like it. I can’t. Don’t hate me:

New York City Ballet 2014 Fall Gala

Yes, it could literally be a costume from Game of Thrones and it could also be inspired by a REALLY fantastic holiday table runner or a seriously dramatic front door (possibly a front door or a table runner from Game of Thrones, honestly. This fall, at Pier One!), but I sort of dig it. Can’t you just see her sweeping in to have potentially poison tea with Cersei Lannister while wearing this? I mean, it’s SJP, so she would be playing some fundamentally sympathetic person who is only trying to help, which means that Cersei would end up pushing her out a window at the end or something, but she’d look impressive before that happened, anyway, and it would be fun synergy for HBO to get her back on-screen for a little bit.  I’m just saying: There are possibilities here.

What say you?

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New York Fugshion Week: Celebs of Day Two


– Rebecca Minkoff put 3D glasses on all the seats for viewing her last five outfits — the patterns were supposed to jump out at us, I guess, although ours didn’t work. The front row had actual sunglass-style ones, though, and we wouldn’t be surprised if Zosia Mamet randomly wore hers around town just for fun.

– There were shenanigans on the Nonoo runway, after which we ran across Emma Myles (Leanne from Orange Is The New Black) and talked to her about her teeth on that show. She was a hilarious delight.

Hilarrible Baldwin brought her baby — sans earplugs — to Carmen Marc Valvo. There, we spotted two MORE Orange Is The New Black cast members, Selenis Leyva and Jackie Cruz, who then also made it to Nicole Miller. That show is getting some GOOD publicity this week.

– At Monique Lhuillier, Jennifer Morrison’s hair looked terrible, and the world continued turning apace on its axis.

– We didn’t write it up, but we also saw Zimmermann. And while it was devoid of much potential future Middletonia, it DID have a lot of gold lamé, and hopefully we can rustle up some photos of it for you.

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Fug or Fab: Sarah Jessica Parker


Something about SJP’s posture here is so Carrie Bradshaw:

I think it’s the pigeon-toed thing, but I also just feel like her face expression is saying, “remember that time Ron Livingston broke up with me on a Post-It?” Having noted this very important fact, let’s take a look at this outfit in action:

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What The Fug: Sarah Jessica Parker in Schiaparelli Couture


“Someday,” she thought, “my prince will come.”

Sarah Jessica Parker at amfAR Inspiration Gala

“And when he does, he’ll be so GLAD I bought that pastel stamp set and made a chastity garment that protects the rare virtue of my elbows and upper forearm. And when we marry I shall be known as Princess Ulna, and on our wedding night I’ll sing, Let it ‘bow, let it ‘bow, can’t hold it back anymore; let it ‘bow, let it ‘bow, slice the cloth and slam the door // and see it bend // my joint foreplay // it’s been hiding for so long //  a lady’s crook should be saved for her wedding day. I mean, right?!?”

well, is it?

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Met Gala Fug or Fab: Sarah Jessica Parker in Oscar de la Renta


I had a lot of feelings about this gown, but let me begin with one I expressed on Twitter: That hair is a serious Donna Martin joint if ever I saw one.

I couldn't help but wonder: What does Fug Nation think?

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Fugs and Fabs of The New York Pops Birthday Gala


Part of this was like a mini Smash reunion. God, I miss Smash. Remember how terrible it was and how much fun we had complaining about how much we loved to hate it? Those were the days. Nothing works me into a paroxysm of glee/rage like Smash used to do.

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