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What the Fug: The Kardashians Ride Again

There are some truly, truly, epically offensive outfits in here. Honestly, at this point they just make me shake my head and say, “Oh, KIMBERLY,” because at the end of the day, again, my mantra is: It’s a comedy, and the joke’s on them. Also, the more people rage about her, the easier it is for her Read More...

Royal Retrospective: The Best of Wills and Kate’s Royal Tours

Wills and Kate and George and Charlotte are all embarking on a tour of Canada on Friday, and — while I’ve revisited what Kate’s worn to Canada already — what better way to prep for their upcoming shenanigans than revisiting the highlights of all their Royals Tours which have come before? Archery! Boating! Babies! Parasols! Read More...

Recent Fugs and Fabs of the FLOTUS

I just imagine Malia — or Sasha, frankly — poking her head around the door and saying, “You’re saving all of these, right, Mom? You are. Right? Please say you are.” Read More...

Fug or Fab: Diane Kruger in Giambattista Valli and Jason Wu

I just spent a super long time thinking that Diane was wearing a super-fancy crossbody bag, and that the bag part thereof was just…behind her, or something? But no. This dress is actually en-tasseled by a sparkly rope the likes of which one might use to summon one’s servants to empty one’s chamber pot: The Read More...

Fugs and Fabs: Celebs at London Fashion Week, Part One

In which I learn that this Wearing Your Coat As If It’s Sliding Off You thing is really happening. Ugh, that’s going to be annoying in practice. Read More...

Well Played: Jennifer Aniston in Valentino

This was from the Storks premiere this weekend, so the Brangelina #Braxitt (credit to Twitter at large for that one) hadn’t happened yet. But boy, that is quite a sequence of what I imagine are the two things she least likes to discuss: babies, and Brad’s marriage. The good news is, before Jen presumably flushed her cell phone down Read More...

Fug or Fab: Haley Bennett in Valentino

Is anyone up for another steamy Tudor romp? I’d suggest 50 Shades of Lady Jane Grey, but Haley is channeling her fiercest Cate Blanchett here, and it seems a shame to waste all that steamy, burning Elizabethness. Then again, Jane Grey was Elizabeth’s cousin, so maybe we can handwave that. It’s been a while since Cary Elwes and Helena Read More...

Recent Fugs and Fines: Chloe Grace Moretz

Don’t mind us — we’re just catching up on the things that happened while we were in our Emmys hole. Read More...

WTF: Kate Moss at the Business of Fashion Dinner

I know we were all waxing poetic recently about the glories of the housedress, Kate. But the word house is right there in the name! You’re not supposed to wear it out. Read More...

Fug Nation’s Best Dressed: Emmys 2016

Again, we limited this to people who went to the actual ceremony, rather than just a post-party. This was a surprisingly good red carpet, which is both relaxing and slightly unnerving. Read More...

Fug Nation’s Worst Dressed: Emmys 2016

For this, we eliminated anyone who SOLELY attended the afterparties, on the continuing theory that you get double miles on your Capital One Fugture Card for choosing to wear these on national — or even global — television. Honestly, it’s all a fight to see who — if anyone — can topple Anna Chlumsky. Read More...

Mostly Well Played: Lupita Nyong’o (et al) at The Queen of Katwe Premiere

This is Elie Saab. And it’s pretty magnificent. Is it magnificent on HER? Very, very nearly. Practically. Read More...

Fug or Fab: Emily Blunt in Alexander McQueen at the premiere of The Girl on the Train

I’m very excited to report that Emily Blunt has kicked off The Girl on the Train premieres with a BANG. Whether you like this or not — I do! — you cannot argue that it’s boring. Read More...

See The Trailers: Versailles

Versailles is a big-budget costume drama that we’re just about to get here in the United States (it premieres on Ovation on October 1st), which many of you who hail from other countries may have already seen. It’s apparently the most expensive European costume drama ever, and I can tell you that it’s full of sexy Read More...

ICYMI: Fug Nation’s Emmys Coverage

We had a TON of Emmys coverage here at GFY and it’s possible you don’t spend your workday here, 24-7, just refreshing and refreshing. (Although, obviously, that’s what we would recommend.) Just in case you missed anything, here’s a guide to our complete Emmys coverage. Catch up! In case you missed it: Heidi Klum looked…like Read More...

Emmy Awards Fugs and Fabs: The Rest of Everyone

In which we close out Emmys coverage with our traditional Grab Bag O’ Everyone Else. Read More...

Emmy Awards Well Played: Viola Davis in Marchesa

This dress isn’t a world-stopper or a fire-started, but let’s be honest, here — they don’t all need to be. What it is, is fantastic on her: (With bonus points to Julius for the matching bow tie.) She looks gorgeous, comfortable, and elegant. I often say that Viola Davis is a great example of an Read More...

Emmys Fugs and Fabs: Women in Metallics

Compared to previous awards shows, we didn’t get nearly as many metallics as we have in the past — Claire Danes was definitely the most memorable, mostly thanks to her aggressive dance with the bronzer but Laverne Cox came in a close second. But that doesn’t mean the red carpet was TOTALLY devoid of shine. Read More...

Emmys Fugs and Fabs: Women in White

We covered some already, like Tracee Ellis Ross and The Lady Dockers, but in all there were surprisingly few ladies who went the Leia route. Read More...

Emmy Awards Fugs and Fabs: Women Wearing Blue

As a person who cannot stop wearing navy blue, this is a round-up near and dear to my heart. (Looking for someone else in noteworthy blue, like Shiri Appleby? We probably covered her earlier, so poke around!) Read More...

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