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The crowd at TIME’s annual 100 Most Influential People Gala is by definition an impressive one. But did the gowns at last night’s event do justice to their wearers? Click through to find out.
In honor of Harmony Korine‘s vibrant and violent flick (and much buzzed about) Spring Breakers coming out this week, and in memoriam of season two of Girls, which ended last weekend, we’ve got a hilarious mashup for you.
Lena Dunham and Playboy. Two words we never thought we’d write in the same sentence…but well, here we are. The Girls creator recently sat down for an interview with the mag, and naturally, the topics touched on all things sex and hot girls. But not in the way you would think — get your mind out of the gutter, guys.
Lena Dunham was unwillingly pulled into the center of a controversy when Lisa Lampanelli thoughtlessly tweeted out a racial epithet as a caption of a photograph of the two of them. Now the Girls superstar has finally spoken up about it.
Since the Oscars are next Sunday, we didn’t expect major celebs to make appearances on the red carpet last night or designers to lend out their very best gowns to the stars. Well, we were totally right.
What’s that, you ask? Another awards show? Yes, that’s right. While you were out painting the town red on Saturday night, Hollywood was fêting filmmaking’s behind-the-scenes stars at the 65th Annual Director’s Guild of America Awards.
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We saw Lena Dunham‘s French gamine-like Interview cover last week, after the Girls creator leaked it herself on Instagram. The full interview, however, only just made its way on to the web, and for fans of the show, it’s definitely worth a read.
The Brooklynite is just as candid as ever in a conversation with artist/writer/director Miranda July, musing about her upbringing, her art, and how her life has changed since Girls became a runaway hit. She also breaks a certain taboo amongst the young Hollywood set: talking earnestly and openly about her boyfriend, Jack Antonoff, the guitarist for the band Fun.
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.
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.
It would have been impossible to walk away from last night’s Glamour Women Of The Year Awards feeling anything less than inspired. While Selena Gomez may be the face of this year’s honorees, scoring the December cover of the glossy, the list of incredible women who received awards last night included a Oscar-winning Pakistani documentarian, a Supreme Court Justice, Team USA‘s gold medal Olympians, and a woman fighting to prevent childhood sexual abuse. Needless to say, there was no shortage of powerful moments throughout the ceremony, so here are just a few of our favorites.