Cannes Fugs and Fabs: Chloe Sevigny


BLESS YOU, Chloe Sevigny. Your sartorial choices may be questionable, but at least they’re never boring.

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Fugs and Fabs: Mia Wasikowska


It has come to my attention that Anne Hathaway hasn’t done much press for this new Alice in Wonderland movie, and nor has Helena Bonham Carter. Anne JUST had a baby, so she’s surely busy, but what’s HBC up to? No, I sincerely want to know, because I am sure it’s interesting. Is she, like…training falcons? Because that’s what I imagine.

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Fugs and Fabs: Wango Tango


My reaction to this is both, “OH MY GOD GWEN” and “actually, this is totally in Gwen’s wheelhouse,” which is somehow comforting.

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Cannes Well Played, Blake Lively in Atelier Versace


well-played

I know Blake here claims she doesn’t use a stylist, and who are we to call her bluff? All I want to know is, how many non-stylists has she got helping her keep her ensembles straight, coordinating her shoes and jewelry, and keeping track of things? Because she is killing it lately and I have it on good authority that it takes a village.

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Cannes Fugs and Fabs: Aishwarya Rai


Aishwarya Rai generally brings it to Cannes, but I have to admit, I feel a bit as if she’s left some of it at home this time.

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Cannes Well Played, Araya A. Hargate


Araya here is a British-Thai actress, whose acting work I have never seen — she’s apparently been in a lot of Thai soaps, including one called Crazy Crying Lady, about which I clearly need to be briefed. But I HIGHLY approve of the work of her stylist.

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Royally Played, Harry and Wills and Kate (in Banana Republic)


This was a 48 hours of highs and lows, sartorially speaking, you guys. I LOVE this Banana skirt on Kate today, but yesterday…oh, girl. GIRL. In a sense, it is a relief to know there is one thing that Kate cannot figure out, and it is what to wear to any event that vaguely requires cocktail attire.

Our first event is the launch of Heads Together, which is their campaign to fight the stigma of mental illness, and the second was the Royal Windsor Horse Show, a celebration of the Queen’s 90th on Sunday, which involved many horses (hence the name) and, from what I understand, also featured Harry seated behind a pole, frustrating the people at home who were watching it to ogle him.

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