Fug File: super(and unsuper)models

Fug Sync Battle: Chrissy Teigen in Armani


When most people’s Laura Ashley curtains become threadbare and grow a lean streak of mildew, they get thrown in the trash.

Paris Fashion Week: Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2015/2016 - Vogue Party

When it happens to Chrissy Teigen, she thinks, “Awesome! Monday night on the town SORTED.”

And if you’re curious, yes, we do have an undergarment in play:

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Fugs and Fabs: The amfAR “Intimate Dinner”


In which some of these people appear to have been asked to wear their intimates. Reading is hard.

[Photos: Fame/Flynet]

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Fugs and Fabs: The Serpentine Gala


As ever, this party is chockablock with models and legitimately interesting outfits. Thank you for keeping it fancy this past weekend, London, while those of us in the United States rolled around in our cut-offs.

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Fug or Fab the Cover: Cara Delevingne on Vogue, July 2015


Did anyone have Cara in the pool? It occurs to me that casting her in your movie DOES seem like a stroke of marketing genius if you’re interested in getting that movie covered by Vogue.

[Photos: Vogue]

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Mysteriously — and Well — Played: Cara Delevingne


She IS a model, so she clearly has an innate sense of how to make an entrance. Or exit:

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I’m pretty sure she’s about to walk into a gala at a hotel and hurl some throwing stars at the guest of honor. Then she’ll knock out the security cameras and abscond with somebody’s emeralds, after which she will scramble into a car with her partner in crime Hot Neville — I’m spitballing here — and double-cross their big boss by hightailing it to Monte Carlo, where they’ll foolishly gamble the gems away to Clive Owen. He will, in turn, wrestle them under his villainous thumb and pit them against the same nefarious crime lord (Ray Winstone) they just fled. It will not end well. But it will have been worth it, because that’s a good outfit on her.

[Photos: Fame/Flynet]

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Recent Fugs and Fabs: Cara Delevingne


I am very curious about Paper Towns, mostly because in the previews Cara Delevingne’s American accent is distractingly… careful. It’s weird watching someone try so hard to round out their consonants (see also: Lucy Lawless on Parks & Rec, Jane Seymour in everything but her jewelry ads; loads of other people in loads of other things). If they were going to stunt-cast Cara — I’m not saying she may not have earned it; just that it totally felt like a gambit — couldn’t Margo Roth Whatever have been an mysterious English dream girl?

[Photos: Fame/Flynet]

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