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It’s not just the girls of Girls who are getting camera time after filming stops. Yesterday Jemima Kirke had us rethinking the tiny pottles potential disaster also known as pigments, and now Adam Driver, AKA Adam Sackler, has got himself in the glossy pages of Vogue.
Even if you don’t know Lorraine Kirke by name, if you’re a fan of HBO’s Girls (as we most definitely are), you’ve seen her designs play a part in some pivotal scenes. And, of course, there’s the fact that her daughter Jemima stars as the bohemian, intermittently-employed Jessa. Lorraine is the proprietor of Geminola, a treasure trove of a West Village boutique filled with a panoply of her one-of-a-kind clothing and interiors, and she filled us in on her favorite decades to plumb for inspiration, her pretty, vintage-inspired summer collection, and if any of her three daughters wore Geminola to prom. Plus, she shared a family photo of the Kirke clan snapped this Mother’s Day!
Say what you will about Girls‘ Marnie Michaels, but one thing is for sure: she does not seem like the type to take anything less than perfect care of her skin. Apparently, the same goes for Allison Williams, who has just signed on as the new spokeswoman for Simple Skincare.
It’s safe to say that Allison Williams is emerging as the breakout fashion star from the “Girls” cast, a fact that she reminded us of last night on “Chelsea Lately” in a black keyhole halter neck top, wide-legged pants, sideswept glossy hair, and a pair of killer platform heels. The segment also reminded us of her first rate genes: Williams’ father is NBC anchor Brian Williams, who likewise hit the late night circuit yesterday to slow jam the news and talk GIFs with Jimmy Fallon.
Lena Dunham beat everyone to the punch by leaking her own Interview cover on Instagram. Nicely done.
At last night’s premiere of the second season of Girls, either Hannah, Marnie, Jessa, and Shoshanna totally coordinated their black outfits, or they’ve all come to embrace the New Yorker uniform.
With less than a week to go ’till the second season of Girls premieres on HBO, Lena Dunham, Allison Williams, Jemima Kirke, and Zosia Mamet sat down with Savannah Guthrie on the Today Show this morning.
It’s doubtful that any member of the cast of Girls has a free moment to take a breath right now, with the much-anticipated second season premiering in just over a week, and a slew of appearances and junkets to accompany it. But Allison Williams took the time to chat with Time magazine and cop to a very particular obsession.
We can count plenty of reasons why we we’ll be tuning in to the second season of Girls, but outfit inspiration is not exactly at the top of the list. Because while plenty of people tried to turn Hannah, Marnie, Jessa, and Shoshanna into Sex and the City-style fashion icons last year, “aspirational” costuming was never what the show was abut.
Mark down January 13 on your calendars because it’s the day Girls returns to television, and subsequently, our lives!
Barack Obama may be TIME magazine’s “Person of the Year”, but even with all of his fistbumbing and trendsetting ways, he failed to earn the ever-coveted title of “Coolest Person of the Year”. Better luck next year, Prez.
Here’s a situation that pretty much every 20-something can relate to: awkward job rejections.
Girls returns to HBO on January 13, but to tide us over until then, we’ve got your first look at the upcoming season.
One of our favorite Girls, Lena Dunham, covers the November issue of ASOS Magazine in a gray tee, houndstooth skirt, cool arm candy, and a spiked headband.
It’s baaaaack! Well, almost.
When we asked Allison Williams who she’d most like to be seated next to at fashion week, we were expecting an answer along the lines of, say, Ryan Lochte or Rihanna. But it seems the Girls star has her sights set on a slightly younger demographic.
Girls is taking over.
The, um, girls were out in full force for last night’s premiere of Girls.
Yes, America — The Tetris Company, maker and licensees of all thing Tetris related, wants you to know that it will not tolerate anyone saying that girls are bad at math. So last week, when its name popped up on a shirt whose product description made a joke about women failing geometry, Tetris decided to speak up.