The girls of Girls were at the Grammys tonight! At the same time a new episode hit the airwaves on HBO, TV’s hippest BFFs graced the red carpet as plus-ones for the evening. Katy Perry (in skin-baring Gucci) brought pal Allison Williams (in Kaufmanfranco), while Fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff had girlfriend Lena Dunham at his side. He also thanked Dunham when Fun. accepted the Grammy for Song of the Year for their party smash hit “We Are Young.” How cute!
An all-new episode of Girls airs this Sunday at 9 p.m. on HBO! Before you tune in, here’s a quick rundown of some of the fun news that happened this week about the show.
2. MARNIE’S GRAMMY MOMENT
Keep your eyes peeled for Allison Williams at the Grammys this Sunday. The actress told Anderson Cooper that she’ll be attending the awards show with nominee and pal Katy Perry.
3. SHOSHANNA’S FATE
Is the end near for endearingly quirky Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet)? Dunham reveals that if she had to kill someone off the show it would be Shosh.
Plus, see get all the fashion details from this season of Girls straight from costume designer Jenn Rogein.
For those Girls fans who were tuned into Beyonce Bowl last night, fret not! HBO already posted the fourth episode, “It’s a Shame About Ray,” online (watch it here) so you don’t have to wait to see your favorite Brooklyn-based ladies doing their worst. This week, there was a lot of relationship drama for Allison Williams’ Marnie and Jemima Kirke’s Jessa, and we spoke to costume designer Jenn Rogien to learn all about what they were wearing when it went down. “We didn’t want the wardrobe to be the focus this week, we just wanted to underscore what was happening,” Rogien explained. “There was a lot happening emotionally and story-wise, so we wanted to take a step back and support that.” Indeed! Click through the gallery to see our favorite looks from this week. And check back after next week’s episode for more from Jenn!
The stars really dazzled at last night’s 70th Annual Golden Globes! Dressed in eye-popping jewels and dripping in plenty of carats of diamonds, celebrities like Jennifer Lopez (in Zuhair Murad), Julianne Hough (in Monique Lhuillier), Allison Williams (in J.Mendel), and Jessica Alba (Oscar de la Renta), dazzled on the red carpet in statement accessories. Click through the gallery to see which star’s earrings are made from a fossilized beetle, who had the most bling, and more!
The stars were certainly out for Golden Globes night, party-hopping through bashes hosted by HBO, NBC Universal, The Weinstein Company, and FOX. Zosia Mamet, Lena Dunham, and Allison Williams celebrated their Girls Best Comedy Series win at the HBO party, although they didn’t anticipate an all-night rager. “Here’s probably what’s going to happen,” Williams told InStyle.com. “We’re going to stay up until about midnight, which is 3 a.m. our time, and then we’ll probably eat at some point and that will be glorious.” Making the rounds alongside the trio were Jessica Chastain, InStyle cover girls Halle Berry and Amanda Seyfried, Anne Hathaway, and more. See all the stars in the gallery!
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The Girls are back in town! Season two of the Golden Globes-nominated television series from writer, director, and star Lena Dunham returns to HBO tonight at 9pm. Picking up where season one left off, the ladies are returning to normal after the events surrounding Jessa’s (Jemima Kirke) spontaneous wedding. With a new roommate and a new beau for Hannah (Dunham), a confused Marnie (Allison Williams) and an even more confused Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) continue to navigate the rocky waters of their twenties. Be sure to tune in tonight at 9pm to see what’s in store for our favorite Girls—or set your DVRs if you’re tuning in with us for the Globes!
Plus, see the show’s New York premiere!
The theme for Allison Williams’s ensemble at the Girls season two premiere? Solid gold! The star continued the 24-karat feel from her Altuzarra dress to her shimmery makeup, and we loved her metallic shadow so much, we had to find out which products her makeup artist Julie Harris used! To bring out Williams’s blue eyes, Harris used CARGO’s Baja quad ($30), starting with the pale gold shade all over her lids. The deeper gold was blended into the star’s crease and along her lower lash line. After a thick sweep of the brand’s TexasLiner in black ($20; available in March), she applied the High Pigment Pencil ($16) to Williams’s water line to give the look a smoky effect. Harris finished with three coats of CARGO’s TexasLash Mascara ($21). Find the user-friendly liquid liner in stores starting in March, and shop the rest of the products on cargocosmetics.com now!
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Heads up, Girls fans: With the countdown to the show’s January 13 season two premiere officially underway (just one month to go!) we caught up with the show’s costume designer, Jenn Rogien, to find out her favorite looks from the show’s first season. “It’s such a fun show to work on because the characters are so interesting and relatable and quirky—it’s a magical group of characters,” the designer told us. “[The show] reflects what I went through when I first moved to New York.“ And there’s more: The first season came out today on DVD! Snag a box set ($40, hbo.com) to relive all your favorite scenes, or gift it to your own gal pals for the holidays. Click through the gallery to see Rogien’s favorite style moments from the show’s debut season, from writer/star Lena Dunham’s goth look to the eclectic garb at a Brooklyn loft party!