Q: Who’s your favorite celebrity to trash?
F: You can expect a river of anger coming down on you when you trash Lena Dunham.
M: Mine is Lena Dunham. I just don’t believe her whole thing about I just don’t care about fashion when you’re wearing Prada, a costume made by Prada.
Q: In your professional opinions, “Mad Men” star Jon Hamm is or isn’t a commando aficionado?
F: He’s an aficionado in the sense that it gets him a lot of attention. I guess you could say he’s playing to his strengths. He’s not hiding his light under a bushel. Pun intended. He got all bent out of shape about people making jokes, I was like, “Go talk to Christina Hendricks about people objectifying you.”
M: If it bothers you so much, the attention you get down there, put on some underpants.
Q: Does Hamm ever wear underwear?
F: No. I’ve seen him on the red carpet in suits. Suits are kind of flimsy. That’s gross. I’m sorry. It’s a borrowed suit. We’re proud of you, boy, (both Fitzgerald and Marquez clapped hands) but put it away.
Q: Do you get any verbal blowback from celebrities or are they afraid?
F: They never contact us and we’re happy with that. We don’t want to do the thing that some celebrity and fashion bloggers do where they want to get invited to the parties, want to hang out with them. We feel like our readers would turn on us or wouldn’t trust our criticism if they knew we were partying with Miley Cyrus or [someone like that]. We got asked to take one’s picture down because you could see her bra. And we were like “Well, honey, she probably shouldn’t have worn a sheer dress.”
M: They never contact us directly but their people sometimes do. We’ve had occasions when they asked us to take a post down. And I’m like, “I don’t think so. I already paid for this picture and [there are] 150 comments. I’m not going to take that down.”
Q: Complete these sentences, please. “The Good Wife” star Julianna Margulies is …?
F: Chic. A hero to women in her age group. She’s prettier now than when she was on “ER.”