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Any red carpet that plays host to Sharon Stone, Amanda Seyfreid, Joan Smalls, and Lou Reed will inevitably be one for the books. Case in point: The Lovelace premiere.
One thing we learned Monday night at Glamour‘s “These Girls” event? Gloria Steinem’s favorite word is “fan-f*cking-tastic”. Another thing we learned? Well, a lot actually, since that was just the first tidbit of wisdom from an evening of hilarious, personal, and poignant monologues by Alexa Chung, Emma Roberts, Zosia Mamet, Dianna Agron, Lucy Punch, and Amy Schumer on being a young woman in today’s crazy world.
Fisher channeled Daisy Buchanan in a beaded column gown that looked as if it had been plucked straight from the archives, and Mamet showed up in a pair of separates we kind of want to wear to the office. Who missed the mark?
Someone must have circulated a memo to everyone on the guest list for The Company You Keep’s NYC premiere last night. How else can you explain this level of color coordination on the red carpet? If you’re looking for us to rationalize Shia LaBeouf‘s ever-scruffier appearance, however, that’s simply beyond our powers of deduction.
HBO Girls’ resident lovable weirdo Zosia Mamet birthday partied with Jimmy Fallon last night, and told the host about her battle with a bout of pneumonia a few years back — and the subsequent self-medication that has erased her first table read of the show’s script from her memory.
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.
From Heidi Klum‘s double thigh-high split to Glenn Close’s altogether too busy bodice, the misfires on tonight’s red carpet were plenty.
HBO’s Girls was nominated in no less than five categories at tonight’s Emmy Awards — and stars Lena Dunham, Allison Williams, and Zosia Mamet stormed the red carpet accordingly.
It’s baaaaack! Well, almost.
Blake Lively, Miley Cyrus, and a whole bunch of Australians attended fancy events in New York and California last night. Some of the ladies were well dressed on the red carpet, others were not, and several showed off a lot of skin. Let’s discuss.
Girls is taking over.