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Emmys Well Played: The Women of black-ish


On the way home from Fashion Week, I watched an episode of black-ish that I hadn’t seen before, in which Tracee Ellis Ross’s character is disciplining her younger daughter, Diane, and she wonders what Diane’s favorite thing is, so as to know what to take away from her as punishment. And the actress who plays Diane, Marsai Martin, just chirps, “revenge.” Reader, I laughed out loud on the plane. It’s just a really good show.  In other news, its women looked great last night.

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Fugs and Fabs: Celebs at the Marc Jacobs Show


Marc Jacobs continues to be only of the only designers at #NYFW who can draw a for-real celeb front row. And some of them look insane.

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Fugs and Fabs: The VMAs Afterparties


It may not surprise you to hear that the A list part of the evening — Rihanna’s — did not have a step-and-repeat so we could ogle everyone’s outfits. Damn it, RiRi. I ask you for so little!

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Fugs and Fabs: ABCs TCA


You know a cast is charismatic when you can look at just still photos of their TCA panel and think, “I want to watch that show RIGHT NOW.” That show is Black-ish. Also involved in these particular shenganians: Viola Davis! Hayley Atwell! Stan from Mad Men!

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Fugs and Fabs: The Rest of the Teen Choice Awards


You’ll be pleased to know that the aforementioned teens do not seem to have chosen anything with the word “Kardashian” or “Jenner” next to it. I KNOW. THERE’S HOPE.

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Fugs and Fabs: Tracee Ellis Ross Hosts the BET Awards


Can I arrange to have Tracee Ellis Ross host my life? She would be better at it than I am.

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Fugs and Fabs: Celebs at the Fragrance Foundation Awards


I believe this event celebrates people who make perfumes, but I wish it were for celebs who smell the best. For example, I fully believe Laverne Cox smells great.

ALSO, while we’re here, I love talking about people’s favorite perfumes. I am personally someone who likes to only wear one scent, day-in and day-out. For years and years it was Yves St Laurent’s In Love Again (which I adore, but which was discontinued and I am hoarding bottles of it in my lingerie drawer). Currently, it’s Diptyque’s Eau de Lierre, which I LOOOOVE (it’s very botanical). What do you wear?

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