Pop Style Opinionfest: Fashion Controversies, Oscar fashions and the Supremacy of Ryan Murphy

Posted on February 17, 2017

We touched lightly on the limited promotional material available surrounding Ryan Murphy’s upcoming queen’s wetdream, “FEUD: Bette and Joan” in last week’s podcast, but a lot more material dropped this week, along with a whole bunch of announcements coming out of the Murphy camp regarding upcoming seasons of American Crime Story revolving around Hurricane Katrina and Gianni Versace’s murder, and bizarre announcement that American Horror Story will be doing a season based on the 2016 presidential election. Then there’s the news that he’s doing something on Monica Lewinsky. To all of that, we say QUEEN, SIT DOWN.

But first, lots of promos; so many, that we’re starting to get nervous:

 

 

 

 

 

And that’s not even half of them. When a show releases this much material ahead of time – and when the material tends to be so chopped up you can barely get a sense of what the final product might be, it’s a bit of a red flag.

But before we get to dragging on Miss Murphy, we have plenty of things to say about the just-ended New York Fashion Week and how it was closer to dead than even we realized. Also: the controversy surrounding Karlie Kloss’s geisha-themed Vogue shoot and our predictions about what the Best Supporting Actress nominees are going to bring to the Oscars red carpet.

 

 

 

It’s all there once again, darlings: drama, bitchery, fashion, divas and queens, just how you like it. Thank you once again for listening!

 

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