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Archived Since:December 20, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Golden Globes Fug or Fab: Hailee Steinfeld

I’m looking forward to the day La Steinfeld returns to the shows as a nominee. In the meantime: This makes me nuts. Someone went to all that trouble to make a dress that was at least trying something, even if part of that involved popped shoulder seams… and then they crapped out at the knees. Read More...

Golden Globes Well Played: Ashley Madekwe

Ashley Madekwe is lucky her character on Revenge was such a hot professional mess, because that show is a grim professional mess and at this point I think it’s better for everyone involved to be out of there — except for Gabriel Mann and Justin Hartley, who are doing that thing where they somehow rise Read More...

Golden Globes Fug Carpet: Chloe Bennet

Chloe here is on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.  Unfortunately, I’m not sure this S.H.I.E.L.D. is going to be very effective. Perhaps she should try one that’s not so porous. Also, I accidentally typed the show name as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.S. at first, and wouldn’t it be a more interesting show if it were about actual Brooke Read More...

Fugs Golden Globes and Fabs: The Modern Family Cast

It was a strange thing seeing only one Modern Family acting nod, but at the same time, a delight — the Hollywood Foreign Press Association may be full of crazy people, and nominations or wins may be for sale, but at least it isn’t afraid to dispatch with the old in favor of new stuff. Read More...

Golden Globes Fug Carpet: Bryce Dallas Howard

Oh, girl. Between the bangs and the lipstick, this outfit never stood a chance. Clown College didn’t need a Prom. Read More...

Golden Globes Fug Carpet: Sally Hawkins

Listen, I don’t aggressively hate this: But is Sally Hawkins secretly 80 years old? Just checking. Because this is vintage Dior and it makes her look like she’s being wearing it since it was actually new. Read More...

Golden Globes Fugs and Fines: Heavy, Shiny Satiny Things

Anna Gunn made herself a tough act to follow at the Emmys. So in a sense, that means she was her own downfall. Read More...

Golden Globes Fugs and Fabs: Metallics and Metallic Adjacents

I just realized that the reason I put all these women together is that, as a group, they match one of my throw pillows. It’s been a very busy couple of days. Regardless, let’s soldier on! Read More...

Golden Globes Intriguingly Played: Lady Gaga

I don’t know what’s more confusing to me: Lady Gaga showing up unheralded to a Golden Globes post-party wearing a relatively tame gold lame half-shroud, or Lady Gaga doing all of that on the arm of Paris Hilton’s mother. Is Kathy the last person to jump ship on Paris, or just really confused because she Read More...

Golden Globes Well Played: Margot Robbie

One of my favorite moments on the red carpet on Sunday was when Margot Robbie reminded Ryan Secreast that they once met in a gym in Argentina. “I met Ryan Secreast in a gym in Argentina” is totally a Mad Lib: “I met in a in.” Like, “I met Prince Harry in Read More...

Golden Globes Well Played: Julie Delpy

Why was nobody paying more attention to Julie Delpy last night? Nobody talked to her, really, that I saw, and the only screen time she seemed to get was during a joke in the monologue about sequels. I mean, what a waste. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen her look more luminous. All this gloriousness, Read More...

Golden Globes Well Played, Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Yeah, yeah, she looks great: She almost always looks great — I think the most negative reaction I’ve EVER had to old JLD is a “well, I don’t LOVE it but I don’t want to set it on fire or anything” — and her body is, as the kids say, “bangin’,” but if the last Read More...

Golden Globes Fug or Fab Yet Fabulous Carpet: Emma Thompson

Do I love what she wore? I don’t know. But do I want to be sitting at her table, taking bar runs with her, holding her purse while she’s in the ladies’ room, and sharing a limo? YES. Read More...

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 Read More...

Golden Globes Fug or Fine: Diane Kruger

Rumor has it she and Pacey are betrothed. My Uterine Secret sensor is now pinging. Read More...

Golden Globes Well Played, Tatiana Maslany

But what are the OTHER clones wearing, I ask you? That’s what we all want to know: Regardless, this is great. Throw a wrap and a beaded headband on her and she can pop over to Downton for dinner, where surely Branson would fall badly in love with her, kicking off the weirdest TV mash-up Read More...

Golden Globes Scrolldown Fug: Mila Kunis

If this had kept going as it began, I might be swooning. Instead, it tapered off into the color of the water in an overused mop bucket, like it lost interest in being alive. YOU SHOULD HAVE STAYED ALIVE, GOWN. I WOULD HAVE FOUND YOU. Read More...

Golden Globes Well Played, Jessica Chastain

I am going to start with a very minor nitpick, which is that I don’t think this hair works on her that well.  It’s a little stiff. She looks amazing when she does the Jessica Rabbit hair, and she has never looked better than when she was sort of f’ed up and windblown in Zero Read More...

Golden Globes Fug Carpet: Kaley Cuoco

First off, I have to admit that I kind of need her to take a vacation right now: I have no beef with her — I don’t watch her show, but she seems like a good sport in general, and I think she generally comes across as a person who would be a good neighbor: Read More...

Golden Globes Fug/Fug-or-Fab Carpet: Taylor Swift

Let’s start with the one I know that I don’t like: She looks like a drunken hammock. But she changed into this for the post-parties; her red-carpet gown was much larger and more dramatic: I really went back and forth on this. Right NOW, I am leaning toward a fondness. The cut reminds me of Read More...

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