Lauren Conrad's single mascara tear, Annalise Keating's dramatic wig scene — these are the images you can't forget (because pop culture won't let you).
From Marnie's wedding and "Bob Mackie Barbie" look to Hamish Bowles' cameo and Shoshanna's Tokyo aesthetic, we got all the secrets ahead of the upcoming season finale.
With the HBO series nearing its final season, perhaps the actress is exploring new career avenues.
The actress spoke about shooting the upcoming season of "Girls" in Japan at a Kate Spade screening and dinner on Monday.
And Karl Lagerfeld is set to appear in Kim Kardashian's mobile game.
And the 'New York Times' Men's Style section debuts this Friday.
The season finale showed just how far the Girls have come, both personally and sartorially.
And Hannah does something funny with collars.
Hannah's dad coming out was not the craziest part of this episode.
We talk all things Shoshanna, Hannah, Marnie and Jessa with the show's lead hair stylist from day one, Sherry Heart.
Which is more likely to become a real life trend: colorful hair clips or neon toothbrushes?
Oh, Caroline and Laird.
And Shoshanna gives us another memorable interview look.
And surprisingly successful print mixing by Hannah.
In which Hannah finds a cheap apartment and "gets low."
The hit HBO show's costume designer, Jenn Rogien, tells us what to expect in season four, why the fit of Hannah's clothes is changing and how she dealt with the #normcore trend.
And Kim Kardashian bought a bunch of copies of her 'Vogue' cover. Don't judge.
Who would you rather buy jewelry from: Shosh or Jessa?
At long last, the divisive third season of "Girls" has come to an end.
In case you were hiding under a rock this week: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West finally got that Vogue cover.
Fortunately, there were no disguises during this week's episode of "Girls." Each character was very much herself -- maybe even to a fault.
Founder and owner Rony Vardi, along with buyer Leigh Plessner, tell us about the shop and its seemingly overnight success.