Last night’s episode of Girls may have been called “Boys” but the girls gave us plenty to talk about outfit-wise. Especially Marnie, who wore a very confusing see-through dress made out of vinyl. It was the second time in one season that Marnie and Hannah had to ask each other what they were wearing.
Save for Marnie, we feel like every character stayed very true to themselves this episode. Read on for our thoughts. Oh and spoilers, obvi.
So… that was weird.
Just because it’s fashion week, doesn’t mean we’re taking time off from our red carpet coverage!
Right smack dab in the middle of New York fashion week, it’s the Grammys–the perfect dose of Hollywood glamour in the midst of all the fall collections.
From Jennifer Lopez’s daring Anthony Vaccarello gown to Alexa Chung’s sweet Valentino frock see what all the stars wore to the awards show.
Yep, Tavi Gevinson interviewed Lena Dunham for Garage, which makes so much sense. Click through to find out which Girls character Dunham would kill off if she had to.
Sunday night, Girls introduced the world (outside of downtown NYC) to AndrewAndrew, the HBO show’s first real cameo by a New York personality. Well, two of them, technically. Last night, we caught up with the Andrews about Girls, Lena Dunham, and some of the challenges of dressing alike every single day.
Oh and why watching the risque show with your mom (which we’ve done) is like, according to one Andrew, “watching glory hole porn with your family.”
“No, it’s like watching Schindler’s List with…Germans,” countered the other Andrew.
Last night, Leah sent me an email that just said “omg Girls can’t handle.” Indeed, there was a lot to digest fashion-wise in episode three. Coke-fueled power clashing, coke-fueled mid-dance shirt changes, “Jame,” a vintage stoop sale, Booth Jonathan…
Read on for our recap in which we try to make sense of all the show’s biggest fashion moments.
On the fashion front, we learned a lot. Like that republicans can dress well, what “shorteralls” are, and the intricacies of who can and who can’t get a “pretty person job.”
When Life Gives You a Crash, Make Crashionista: After some technical issues with the site this week, we made a temporary blog to house all of our fashion news.
Carrie Bradshaw is Back: To celebrate the premiere of The Carrie Diaries, we compiled the original Carrie’s most iconic looks, and showed you how to recreate them in a modern way.
Obama Inauguration Style: With the big day fast approaching, we picked the 10 up-and-coming designers we’d like to see the FLOTUS wearing this term, but our prediction for her outfit on Monday is more succinct: A repeat. Of course, we can’t forget about the Obama girls, who are getting more attention for their style choices these days. And in more immediate news, Michelle Obama made a big change by cutting bangs for her birthday this week.
When we first tackled the subject of the Girls and their wardrobes, we noted how realistically they dressed compared with other shows in the same vein. So, have they and costume designer Jenn Rogien kept up that believability in season two?
From Hannah’s weird little girl dresses and visible bras, to Shoshannah’s “deflowered but not devalued” party get-up (which of course included a KMid-esque fascinator), click through for the episode’s best fashion moments and our super scientific analysis.
Glad to have you back, Girls!