Since the poster for her new movie Black Swan is basically a close-up of her made up to be the love child of Darth Maul and Cruella de Vil, I’m not surprised Natalie Portman went in this direction at an event for it:
Fug File: floral
The other day when I cracked on what Taylor Momsen might wear for Halloween, I wish I’d posted this picture, because it would be the perfect costume:
I’m sure NOTHING would strike fear into Taylor’s own heart more than seeing herself all togged up as a hostess at a Faberge Easter Egg Hunt. If only the idea had inspired a tad more terror in Bryce herself.
CARA BUONO; Suck on THIS, Don Draper! I look hot! REGRET MUCH?!
CHRISTINA HENDRICKS: Sigh. Cara, you were never dating Don Draper. The show is a work of fiction.
ELISABETH MOSS: Suck on THIS, Fred Armisen! I look hot! REGRET MUCH?
CARA: Sigh. Elisabeth, you were never dating Fred Armisen. The show is a work of fiction.
CHRISTINA: No, that part really happened.
CHRISTINA: I know.
ELISABETH: You know what I hope is a work of fiction? This story about how you’re on a diet.
CARA: But the source is the Daily Mail. I wouldn’t trust the Daily Mail if it told me what my first name was.
CHRISTINA: I think you should really be more concerned about how my dress is ever so slightly upholstered.
ELISABETH: Oh, no, that’s fine. I’m ever-so-slightly made of chain-mail.
CARA: And I ever-so-slightly look like a 1970s bar hostess. It’s all good.
I DO love Keira’s expression here:
She looks so PERKY and I love the short hair. Also, I want those shoes. So I have no hesitation about giving the old thumbs up to both the very top and the very bottom of her look. It’s the middle that we need to discuss. What say you, Fug Nation? Me — I think I like it. Yes, its’ very retro, but so’s her face. (Which I mean in a way that’s not nearly as SO’S YOUR FACE as it sounds.) I’m not in a deep and passionate amour with the waistline of the skirt — it kind of looks like a really nice kitchen tablecloth, with the unfinished edges — and I might have, like a Gap employee of yore, belted it. But overall….I’ve missed you, Kiera. You are reliably interesting, even if you are wearing a tablecloth.