I am so excited to get back into awards season AKA drooling over pretty clothes worn by the Maras and making fun of fug shit. It is my favorite pastime. I also just bought a new laptop to hopefully help make my posting more frequent.
While no Maras appeared, last night’s VMAs were the expected series of tweetable moments (many of them gif-ed here) and fascinating performances. Usually I don’t add models to these recaps because it’s not fair to all the artists who are not professional clothes-hangers, but most of them chose poorly, so they were included.
I’m so glad Kat Graham actually picked something to get her into this category. Kat here is always a delight on the red carpet. Even though this dress is awful, she makes me like it by oozing charm. This is a skill even most models haven’t learned.
I only know who Kat Graham is because of Go Fug Yourself, Fug Madness. -K
I am a little disappointed in my girl Demi Lovato’s obvious dress choice, but her hair and makeup are fierce. Unfortunately, those shoes make her legs actually look stumpier. She should consult Tay-Tay next time (are they even friends? I have no idea).
They should be friends. I feel like Demi might be “too real” for Tay-Tay. -K
It seems like FKA Twigs thinks about her clothes as part of a larger, artistic picture, and if you have to go mostly sheer, which I am actually not a fan of here, at least have a red lip and great hair like FKA.
This is my favorite naked dress. I love her and her weird goth queen dance music. -K
Something about Justin Beiber‘s outfit is off to me–I like the pieces separately, but together there’s a disconnect. Probably because his hair looks like a cross between Kate Gosselin and mine when I use my $12 flat iron. I also think his jacket should be a little more broken in.
What the fuck is up with his hair. It’s so gross I think I appreciate Harry what-whats-his-name from One Direction’s more. -K
There are so many country awards show, so I made this chart in Excel to help me sort it out. I’m sharing it with you because I love you and I hope it will make a real difference in your … Continue reading →
Highlights of this year’s Grammy’s include watching it with my friends for my husband PJ’s birthday, Miranda Lambert’s performance, Kanye nearly blowing Beck’s big moment, St. Vincent winning something, Rihanna/Kanye/Paul McCartney (that song is so good), many of the outfits, … Continue reading →