Fug File: Proenza Schouler

New York Fugshion Week: Grab Bag, Part 3


This is an eclectic mix of gowns and coats and a REALLY all-over-the-place reboot of Marc by Marc Jacobs that makes me all KINDS of eye-rolly.

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Golden Globes Well Played, Emilia Clarke


She didn’t just wear a bracelet. She wore a bracelet:

This whole thing is really great. We don’t see a lot of Proenza Schouler on the red carpet, and it’s so refreshing. This is really the only dress from the Globes that seemed like it was vaguely tactile — in a good way — and I like that it’s well-structured without screaming, “CHECK OUT THIS DIRECTIONAL STRUCTURE YOU GUYS!” Hair, makeup, bag, jewelry: it’s all good. And she wisely left the dragons at home.

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New York Fugshion Week: Runway Fugs and Fabs, Day 7


It is hard to top Rodarte from yesterday, and luckily, I don’t think anybody really tried. Thank God. “Trashy bananas” is tiring.

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CFDA Fugs and Fabs: The Models


Eight-MILLIONTH verse, same as the first: $*&!@@!#.

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Met Ball Hilariously Played: Chloe Sevigny


Well, the expression of defiance certainly could qualify as punk.

But the Gloria Swanson get-up? Not so much. Then again, Gloria Swanson created an inventions company in New York that was basically a front for helping Jewish scientists and inventors escape Europe during World War II, so she was fairly bad-ass and trailblazing in her own right. Let’s just assume Chloe was reading Gloria’s Wikipedia page when she was picking out her outfit and decided that thwarting the Nazi establishment was the most deliciously punk act of all. And that the turban is therefore a TURBAN OF SECRETS. (Coming soon to a theater near you, starring Nicolas Cage.)

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New York Fugshion Week: Stuff We Saw Days 7 and 8


And it’s over! But not before this threeasFOUR show blew my mind. I seriously clapped. LOOK AT THAT PHOTO.

Per slide 20, would you wear a transparent coat?

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