Can Kate Hudson take down Emily Ratajkowski? Will anyone be able to stop Gigi Hadid? The answer lies within you, Fug Nation.
(2) Gigi Hadid vs. (10) Zosia Mamet
In which the daughter of Famous to Those of Us Who Love Real Housewives Yolanda (Foster) Hadid (nee van den Herik) takes on the daughter of Famous in General David Mamet. This is also — fun fact! — a match between two people I have seen in person (at Fashion Week), where both of them seemed generally nice and friendly.
I appreciate Gigi, also, for having given us so much to talk about this last year. All her AMA hosting looks ALONE would have landed her a decent spot in Fug Madness, especially this one:
But she also looks wacky in this sheer sparkly track suit. She doesn’t look as wacky as Bella does, here, but wacky she does look. This was perplexingly pirate-y; this, an affront to the noble pant. (As are these.)
This is…a thing that happened to everyone:
I made the mistake of blowing that shot up when I was uploading it, and you can totally see the beige undies she’s wearing under her leotard, which, obviously, good move to wear undies, but also, MY GOD this outfit required so much wrangling! It has to be exhausting. This is also exhausting:
It might be exhausting in a good way, but that is ultimately, dear reader, up to you.
It’s so much sloppier than Zosia’s usual; it feels like something that got thrown together at the last minute. But THIS was REAL misfire:
At least she seems like a FUN fortune teller? Speaking of costume-y, though, may I present the following:
That was at the Marc Jacobs show, and I think we can safely blame Marc for the outfit, but you know Zosia had to approve the crimped hair and that we cannot allow to return. NEVER AGAIN!
(3) Emily Ratajkowski vs. (6) Kate Hudson
This is one thirsty game. I almost want to just present selections from their respective bodies of work without comment:
Honestly, it’s a shame that one of them has to lose. We haven’t even talked about this outfit, which Emily wore for an event at the UN. THE UN. Ladies. Ladies, ladies. We see you.