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Aisha Tyler

  1. motherhood
    25 Famous Women on Struggling With FertilityOn miscarriages, surrogacy, adoptions, and more.
  2. new york fugging city
    Fug Girls: Alison Brie Talks Mad Men at Max AzriaWe sidled up and shared our concerns about Trudy and Pete.
  3. new york fugging city
    Fug Girls: Rebecca Romijn Grilled on Style at Cynthia Rowley Show“It slowly becomes more chic the further East I go.”
  4. bons mots
    Aisha Tyler Is Anti-BigThe comedian and actress prefers, well, something smaller.
  5. new york fugging city
    Fug Girls: Rachel Bilson Fails to Look Adorable at Max AzriaTinsley Mortimer, however, almost looked — dare we say it? — edgy with her new bangs.
  6. new york fugging city
    Fug Girls: At Badgley, Shenae Grimes Learns a Hard Lesson About Arriving LateBecause she was late, she was unable to take her seat with the other bright young things. Which means we didn’t get to ogle as expected. For shame!
  7. new york fugging city
    Fug Girls: Justin Timberlake Creates Celebrity Black Hole at William RastThis Fashion Week has been light on celebs. Maybe that’s because they were all sucked into JT’s show.
  8. show & tell
    Cynthia Rowley: Best. Front Row. Ever!You already know from our dear Fugs that Cynthia Rowley snagged Martha Plimpton, Parker Posey, Alan Cumming, Lindsay Price, Kim Raver, Aisha Tyler, and Karen Duffy for her show’s front row.
  9. new york fugging city
    Plimpton’s Cute, Posey’s Ragged, and Price’s ScaredIt’s not often that we completely geek out for a celebrity, but when it happens, it’s generally only because we bump into someone from an Aaron Spelling drama and become embarrassingly unable to contain ourselves (like when we saw Nat From the Peach Pit at our grocery store and called out to him in the parking lot, which is practically against the law in California). Tragically, after a bottle of complimentary Prosecco at Cynthia Rowley’s show on Thursday, one such moment occurred in which our cool vanished like the Great Wall of China under David Copperfield’s mischievous hand.
  10. new york fugging city
    Badgley Mischka Show Proves Too Early for Certain StarletsThe 10 a.m. start — practically the crack of dawn, really, what with being two whole hours before noon and all — of Tuesday’s Badgley Mischka show apparently deterred the likes of Rose McGowan, Amy Smart, and Heather Graham from rolling out of bed and doing their hair. (Or maybe they were just downtown for the Giants parade? At the polling stations?
  11. new york fugging city
    Eliza Dushku Reenters Society at Ports 1961, of All PlacesWe had an epiphany about Sophia Bush today. Her character on One Tree Hill is the super-successful fashion designer behind the grammar-tragedy clothing line Clothes Over Bro’s. So maybe some of her appearances at Fashion Week — like tonight’s, at the Ports 1961 show — can be chalked up to Method acting!
  12. new york fugging city
    Tim Gunn Doesn’t Make It Work in This WeatherListen, we think she seems great and all, but how on earth has Sophia Bush managed to get invited to shows all over town this season? Either she has frighteningly effective people working for her or she’s cashing in on one of the several hundred karmic IOUs she earned during those months she had to spend married to the king of the asshats, Chad Michael Murray.
  13. new york fugging city
    Catherine Malandrino: Where Fashion Fears to TreadWe found it deliciously evil that Catherine Malandrino scheduled her fall-winter 2007 at the Chelsea Art Museum to coincide with “Dangerous Beauty,” an exhibit that forces visitors to walk across a floor of bathroom scales. The very idea that a bunch of fashionistas, bundled up in an extra ten pounds of outerwear no less, might be required to traipse across a gigantic Floor of Judgment in order to see Malandrino’s show thoroughly tantalized us. The prospect had absolutely nothing to do with our decision to wear fewer layers today. Nothing at all.
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