Fugger: Troian Bellisario

Fugs and Fabs of the Marie Claire Party: So Much Crazy


As with so many parties that are Fresh Faces events, this one was actually a mix of newbies and people whose faces are only fresh in the sense that they are probably clean.

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Fugs and Fabs: The Pretty Little Liars Season Finale


I have been lousy about keeping up with the recaps of the actual episodes, some of which is because they’ve stopped changing clothes as much, and then they had one whole episode where — for the dumbest convoluted reasons — they were in wedding gowns the whole time, and the plot is so full of I Can’t Even that they’re easy to mush together into an omnibus. But the big season finale was last night, so eventually I’ll do a roundup to close out the season. In the meantime, let’s see what they THEMSELVES wore to fete the end of another confusing tangle of plot.

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Fugs and Fabs: The Pretty Little Liars Paley Fest


My secret hope is that every audience question at this panel was, like, “but wait. I’m confused. How DOES A maintain such complete technological omnipresence? Why don’t the girls just buy some burner phones?” and “I don’t understand why the cops in Rosewood are SO DUMB,” and “how has the national press not figured out that Rosewood is, like, a hotbed of sexual impropriety and murder? Maybe Spencer just needs to call Dateline!’

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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?

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SAGs Weekend Fugs and Fabs: The EW Party


Nothing like forgetting there was a pre-party until after you thought you put the SAGs to bed.

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Well Played Cover: Troian Bellasario on Seventeen


I actually really love this cover:

I mean, it has WAY too many words on it. But I covet those shoes with a fiery and intense passion previously only felt during Ralph Fiennes’s Quiz Show years, and I love Seventeen for the fact that their cover girls are almost always totally fully dressed. Plus, who doesn’t love a polka dot? If you don’t love a polka dot, we’re going to have to go outside and have words, Thomas-and-O’Brien-style (in other words, one of us will be smoking and both of us will be enraged).  She’s probably technically too old to be on the cover of a teen magazine — she’s 28 and dating one of the Suits — but who cares? Aren’t most of us technically too old for a lot of things?

 

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