Fug File: Alexander McQueen

Cannes Well Played: Nicole Kidman


Nicole is on the jury this year, which means we’re in for a lot of outfits from her in the next two weeks. So far, she is not in contempt of court.

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Fugs and Fabs: Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, and James Franco


Do I like this dress, or am I just enamored of the fact that the perfect fierce wind and her perfect fierce face make her look like she’s stomping down a yellow-brick runway? I like to think that whenever she’s mad at Ashton Kutcher, she’ll just send him a JPEG of this face and he’ll go straight to the florist.

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Oscars Well Played: Elizabeth Banks


Sorry, Ryan Seacrest. If you were hoping to win Tallest Oscar Hair, Elizabeth Banks is here to crush your dreams.

She is also in one of my favorite gowns of the night. Keibler and Watts are tied for first with what they wore to the ceremony, but Banks is leading the post-party charge with this fabulous, bright, gracefully patterned McQueen. The belt gives it the right touch of edge, and everything else gives it the right touch of YES. I wish this flower grow in my backyard. I’d be so glamorous. And wealthy, because you know I’d harvest them and start one hell of an Etsy store.

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Oscars Fug or Fab: Amanda Seyfried


Is there any woman who seems spacier in red carpet interviews? She always just acts totally wacked out — very “my boobs are capable of predicting the weather,” except in real life. On one hand, I love it when actors don’t seem too media-trained. On the other hand, sometimes it makes me nervous.

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Oscars Fug Carpet: Salma Hayek


Well.

I guess it’s good to know that you CAN get a formal neck brace in this town if you need one.

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