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Hats Off to TV's Most Stylish Topped-Off Stars

by Chris Harnick, posted Sep 22nd 2011 5:30PM
Fall TV HatsThe hottest trend of the fall isn't period dramas, remakes, or fairy tales. It's hats.

Indeed, co-starring in NBC's 'Prime Suspect' alongside Maria Bello's Detective Jane Timoney is her character's black chapeau. It's ever-present in the first episode, and judging from stills for future episodes, it isn't going anywhere.

The trend isn't isolated to NBC. ABC's 'Pan Am' features stylish stewardesses in the airline's iconic 1960s vintage pillbox hats. The ladies of 'Charlie's Angels' use baseball caps to go undercover. Then there's 'Hell on Wheels' and its assortment of cowboy hats, 'The Walking Dead' and its zombie survival head toppers, 'The Playboy Club' and its bunny ears -- come on, those totally count -- and Dylan McDermott's 'American Horror Story' cap that looks shockingly similar to the one in 'Prime Suspect.'

In honor of the 'Prime Suspect' premiere (Thu., Sept. 22, 10PM ET on NBC) let's take a look at the hats of fall TV. Check them out below!

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Christina Hendricks Emmys 2010: Dress a Hot Mess?

by Chris Harnick, posted Aug 30th 2010 2:30PM
Christina HendricksChristina Hendricks made a splash on the Emmys 2010 red carpet, but not for good reasons.

The red-headed beauty and new face of London Fog walked the red carpet with her husband actor Geoffrey Arend.

The 'Mad Men' star, who was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama, ended up on our list of worst dressed celebrities. One complaint: those sleeves!

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Emmys Fashion: All-Time Best and Worst Looks

by AOL TV Staff, posted Aug 23rd 2010 3:08PM

Oh Paula ... what were you thinking? See the biggest fashion winners and losers in Emmy history ...

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'Ugly Betty' - 'Hello Goodbye' Recap (Series Finale)

by Allison Waldman, posted Apr 15th 2010 12:18AM
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A really wonderful thing happened at the end of the series finale of 'Ugly Betty.' Betty Suarez got a new beginning. In the tradition of many television series finales, there were many loose ends tied up, and because 'Betty' was more comedy than drama, it only stood to reason that they were mostly happy endings.

All they needed was Liza Minnelli to sing about it, but alas, there was no musical number to sum it all up. However, there was plenty of character development and plot turns. For more on that and how even Halston got a fashionable farewell, read on after the jump. However, if you don't want to know, consider this a SPOILER ALERT!

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'Ugly Betty's' Fashion Evolution

by Kelly Woo, posted Apr 13th 2010 2:00PM
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An 'Ugly' duckling is ready to transform -- and sing her swan song.

In the series finale of 'Ugly Betty' (Wed., April 14 at 10PM ET on ABC), Betty Suarez has come a long way. She started out as possibly the biggest fashion "don't" in the history of television. But, after four years, she's matured, become a capable editor at Mode magazine and evolved her style. She's definitely 'Ugly' no more.

We took a look back at Betty's transformation, from that infamously tragic Guadalajara poncho to her shiny new look (no braces, new hairstyle).

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Two Girls Get Fired on 'Kell on Earth' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Feb 23rd 2010 3:08AM
Kell on Earth, Two Girls FiredIt was hell on earth for two of the girls on 'Kell on Earth' (Mon., 10PM ET on Bravo), who both got the axe at the fashion company. It's bad enough getting fired at all, but extra-special awkward when you get fired on national TV.

You've gotta hand it to the girl who knew she was getting fired, though, and made a list of everything needing attention. But if they're not doing their job or representing the company well, then they have to go.

Did you think the girls deserved to be fired?

Watch the video after the jump.

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Tina Fey Talks to Vogue About Clothes, Sarah Palin, and Chicken McNuggets

by Bob Sassone, posted Feb 15th 2010 4:00PM
VogueVogue is a fashion magazine, so you know that this Tina Fey interview in the new issue is going to focus a lot on clothes, hair, and weight, but that doesn't mean that there isn't a lot of good stuff in it for fans of Fey and '30 Rock.'

What I like most about the interview is that even though she's doing poses in front of the New York City skyline and having people fuss over her clothing and her hair, you still get a strong sense of the nerd girl inside of Fey. In the video diary of the photo shoot (after the jump), Fey talks about how it's funny that the interview for the shoot is being held in the former bathroom of a restaurant, and in the print interview you can tell that while she finds all of it fun, she knows it's pretty silly, too.

She also talks about how she was treated differently by people over her Sarah Palin impersonation when men like Dana Carvey (who did Bush) weren't, and discusses everything from the Emmys to Rosemary Clooney to Chicken McNuggets.

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What You Missed Last Night: The Daily Show predicts the future!

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 14th 2010 1:00PM
Every day on the morning shows, daytime shows, and cable shows, we see various "experts" and "trendspotters" who tell us what fashion, food, toy, and/or tech product is going to be the next big thing. Often these are ridiculous predictions, as The Daily Show pointed out last night.

I'd write more, but my flowers are boiling over.

[Watch clips and episodes of The Daily Show and other shows at SlashControl.]

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The Rachel Zoe Project returns tonight - that's bananas!

by Jane Boursaw, posted Aug 24th 2009 9:02AM
The Rachel Zoe ProjectI can't say that I'm the biggest reality TV freak on the planet, but one show I always look forward to is The Rachel Zoe Project on Bravo. A lot of that fascination is not only because of the teeny-tiny Rachel herself, but also her tortured assistants, Taylor Jacobson and Brad Goreski. These three, along with Rachel's husband, Rodger, make up one of fashion's most lovably dysfunctional families.

Taylor is possibly the most non-people-person ever to appear on a reality show, and the bow-tied Brad is the guy I'd most like to have as a girlfriend. He's upbeat and funny, which is the exact opposite of the broody Taylor. But together, they somehow make it work, as Tim Gunn would say. Or as Rachel might say, they're "a soldier of rising above it all" (OK, she was talking about herself with that comment, but still ... ).

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Project Runway: Season premiere

by Allison Waldman, posted Aug 21st 2009 1:39PM
Tim_Gunn_Lifetime_Project_Runway(S06E01) Project Runway is back! With few exceptions, the show seems remarkably unchanged by the move to Lifetime, so those who were fearful that without the Bravo touch Project Runway would cease to be... Project Runway, your fears should be allayed. The one significant change, one I'm still not sure about, is the move from New York to Los Angeles. New York just screams fashion to me, the rag trade, and the buzz of Seventh Avenue. L.A. doesn't, but we shall see how it plays out.

Meanwhile, Heidi, Michael, Nina and Tim were there, the touchstones of the show, and as the new contestants were unveiled, PR was off and running.

In a smart programming move, Lifetime ran a Project Runway: All Stars edition before the Season Six premiere. Seeing familiar faces from the Bravo years immediately sent a message to viewers that this was the same Project Runway.

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Project Runway's new life or the beginning of the end?

by Annie Wu, posted Aug 12th 2009 10:03AM
tim and heidiIn preparation for its big August 20th season premiere on Lifetime (and, evidently, to interrupt me when I'm trying to watch a few episodes of Frasier and Will & Grace), Project Runway has been running endless ads, loud and proud. I'm sorry, did I say "loud and proud"? I meant "weirdly sentimental and full of slow-mo."

The commercials featuring individual designers from the upcoming season were almost touching enough to confuse me. I mean, I'm used to the super-catty "I didn't come here to make friends, I came here to be the snarky queen bee" sort of ads. Are these just to reel in the average Lifetime viewer, or is this an early indication of Project Runway's slightly new voice?

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Guess why some people are mad at Ugly Betty

by Bob Sassone, posted Jul 13th 2009 8:00PM
Ugly Bettya.) The quality of the show has gone downhill

b.) The depiction of a single girl in New York City is unrealistic

c.) There are gay characters on the show

d.) The show sensationalizes drinking, casual sex, and revenge

e.) Betty has been wearing her braces too long

Here's the answer.

[via TV Tattle]

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Get to know (and hate) the stars of Bravo's new prep school reality show

by Bob Sassone, posted Jun 3rd 2009 10:22AM
It's hard to tell which Bravo reality show to dislike the most. NYC Prep is in the running immediately. I can picture this getting a big following a la Gossip Girl. It has everything: money, sex, backstabbing, education, fashion. I want to say "where are their parents?" but I'm sure they OK'd all of this. The show starts on June 23.

My favorite line: "It's really hard to get into one of these exclusive prep schools because you have to be really strong academically but also very wealthy."

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What You Missed Last Night: Morley Safer is not impressed by the fashion world

by Bob Sassone, posted May 18th 2009 2:44PM
60 MinutesI don't usually write about the world of high fashion, but I was interested in the interview with Anna Wintour on 60 Minutes last night. For one, she's a mysterious women we only hear about from other people. Two, The Devil Wears Prada is on TV every single week and I have to watch it whenever it's on. The best part of this piece is the really funny, sarcastic digs that Morley Safer gets in about this fashion world.

(The video is after the jump because it's one of those videos that plays automatically.)

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Model wannabes freak out at America's Next Top Model auditions - VIDEO

by Bob Sassone, posted Mar 15th 2009 3:35PM
America's Next Top ModelIt's like that old saying, "Fashion doesn't kill people - models kill people."

For some reason, a giant fight broke out at the America's Next Top Model auditions at the Park Central New York Hotel in New York City yesterday afternoon. No one is sure what exactly started the craziness, but at the end there were a ton of shoes and other clothing scattered on the street outside of the hotel. If that wasn't enough, six people were injured (two seriously enough to be taken to the hospital) and three people were arrested. Check out the video after the jump of the crowd stampeding. Officials say that the show wasn't prepared for this many people showing up (ya think?). Also there seems to be a car spewing smoke involved and a woman getting slapped. Or something.

Maybe we need a real Fashion Police, not just one that talks about the clothing. Bad girls, bad girls...whatcha gonna do?

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