Royally Played: Wills and Kate (in Carolina Herrera) Take Canada, Day Five


Oh, you guys! This is the trip that just keeps on giving. Today alone brought so much more handsiness, continued interesting shoes (including really cute cowboy boots!), some coat porn, yet more deeply adorable Canadian children, and Kate in a wine cardigan. I can ask for nothing more. I will also note, though, that this tour is doing exactly what it’s meant to do for me in that I now really want to book a vacay to the west coast of fair Canada. You guys will direct me to the finest wine establishments, right?

You might ask for a closer look at her shoes from this morning, and I can help you there:

ALSO: this is neat if you’re nerdy like I am:

ALSO: this is neat if you’re interested in totem poles like I am:

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What the Fug: Christina Milian


Look, I don’t know what you would wear to the opening of a new upscale seafood restaurant. But this is what Christina Milian wore:

Celebrities Dine Out At Grand Opening Of Catch LA

According to the Daily Mail — I know — it was also her birthday, and that at least feels right, as this is a very close approximation of what my grandma would refer to as her birthday suit, i.e., nudity. (DMIK also informed me that this catsuit is available for the low price of $19.99, so at least we don’t all have to seriously consider flinging ourselves off a cliff, as we would do if it were, say, a $5400 Balmain offering.) I think my favorite part of this look, though, is not the quaint X Marks The Spot nipples tape — honestly, if you’re going to wear this, wear it, nips akimbo — but the sweatshirt. It looks like a zip-up she keeps in the back of the car because that’s where she tossed it one afternoon when it turned too warm to actually wear it home from the Grove. That sweatshirt wants no part of this. It wants no part of any of this.

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What the Fug: Elle Fanning


As I have noted here previously, sometimes when I look at a particularly painful ensemble, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt‘s Titus pops into my head, and I hear:

Wait, that’s wrong. I hear:

I mean, look at this:

ASOS Dinner And Unvelining Of 2016 Holiday Collections - Arrivals

Elle. Just because someone hands you a deflated, high-fashion version of the inflatable sumo wrestler costume they force people to wear and/or wrestle in on Real World/Road Rules Challenge, it doesn’t mean you’re contractually obligated to PUT IT ON.

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Youngfug: Molly Bernard


Molly here is on the uber-charming Younger, and I don’t think we’ve featured her here before, so: Welcome to Fugland, Molly. You’re really funny on the show, and you’re also demonstrating some helpful Red Carpet 101 advice:

Molly Bernard

That being: This is why pockets on the red carpet are not a great idea unless you’re 2) REALLY CAREFUL, because it’s too tempting to jam your hands in there, or b) carrying a purse so that you have something else for your mitts to do. As it is, you look like you’re storing acorns for winter.

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Fugs and Fabs: The Global Citizen Festival


Apparently this is the chillest and least vomity music festival around, per The New Yorker. Those are pretty good endorsements, especially the part about no projectile barfing. Perhaps you know you’re old when that’s your main criteria for an evening.

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Fug or Fine: Shiri Appleby


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I love the short haircut…

Shiri Appleby

… but really, Marge, you should save your Sunday slacks for the Church luncheon.

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What The Fug: Hilary Duff at the Premiere of Younger


First: Hilary Duff is very likeable and good on Younger, in a way that will make you think, “aw, I missed Hilary Duff and she should be in more things!”

"Younger" Season 3 & "Impastor" Season 2 New York Premiere

This outfit makes me wish that one of those “most things” was a Dynasty reboot that manages, somehow, to still be set in 1983. She won’t even have to change!

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