There were a lot of memorable fashion and beauty moments on this season of Girls! And in honor of the season finale, which airs tonight on HBO at 9/8c, we reviewed the last 9 episodes to pick our 8 favorite looks, from Marnie’s (Allison Williams) latex dress and the adorable mini underneath, to Hannah’s (Lena Duham) signature “shorteralls” (which we love even more when paired with puppies), to Jessa’s (Jemima Kirke) boho-chic crown braid. We know that all of these looks will go down in Girls fashion history! Click through to see all of our top picks, and tell us: What was your favorite Girls look this season!
The season 2 finale of Girls is airing tonight at 9/8c on HBO! And it feels like we’ve been on quite a journey with the Girls this season, as they navigate young adulthood while living in the fine New York borough of Brooklyn. Question is, as Hannah (Lena Dunham), Marnie (Allison Williams), Jessa (Jemima Kirke), and Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) continue to grow, who do you most relate to? Do you want to be a writer like Hannah, or are you a free spirit like Jessa? Maybe you’re like Shoshanna, who’s enjoying life as a co-ed with her older beau, or Marnie, who wants to be an artist so much, so goes so far as to strip down Kanye West songs at parties! Which Girl are you? Tell us in the poll below!
All season long, we’ve been talking to Girls costume designer, Jenn Rogien, on the boldest looks from each episode, from Hannah’s (Lena Dunham) parrot-print “shorteralls” to Marnie’s (Allison Williams) hostess suspenders. And to celebrate the season finale, we rounded up all of her comments in one place so you can review before you watch. Click through for Jenn’s behind-the-scenes take on Girls‘ fashion. Then tune in to the Girls second season finale tomorrow at 9/8c on HBO, and come back Monday morning for the designer’s favorite look this season!
With awards season wrapped and the Downton Abbey finale behind us, we’re excited to get back to a fresh crop of episodes from our favorite shows! Tune into Once Upon a Time to see Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) catch Queen Regina (Lana Parrilla) up to some very sneaky business with her mother, Cora (Barbara Hershey), and then flip to Girls to see Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) and Marnie (Allison Williams) dish on Jessa’s (Jemima Kirke) latest scandal. Plus, scroll down for what to expect on The Good Wife! More
Allison Williams‘s air time isn’t limited to her hilarious scenes on Girls, anymore! Lately, the actress has been showing off her lit-from-within complexion as the face of Simple Skincare, and her healthy glow can be chalked up to her long-time devotion to the British brand. “I was first introduced to Simple Skincare by a friend in the UK,” Williams told InStyle.com exclusively. “I loved their skin-sensitive products and their holistic approach to beauty, so when it launched in the States and they approached me to be their brand ambassador, it was a dream come true!” Check out the star and her radiant skin in the video above.
Plus, get the inside scoop on Girls fashion, straight from the costume designer!
A lot happened on Girls this week! Hannah (Lena Dunham) quit her job at Grumpy’s and tried her hand at a big-girl relationship with a doctor named Joshua (guest star Patrick Wilson). And, in the fashion department, she wore her second pair of “shorteralls” this season, this time a Topshop romper with parrot print. “Hannah sort of ends up in an unexpected spot, but she starts at work, so we wanted it to be something that could travel,” explained costume designer Jenn Rogien (inset), who is nominated for a Costume Designers Guild Award for Girls. “It continues the ‘shorteralls’ theme that Hannah’s been on, so it made sense that she would wear something like that to work—and that she would think that that particular piece was fun.” And that’s not all! Click through the gallery to get more inside scoop from Rogien about Girls fashion.
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!
Poor Charlie! The Girls character, sweetly played by Christopher Abbott, has been pretty unlucky in love so far, with Allison Williams’s Marnie showing no love for the sensitive guy. Thankfully, boho fashion brand Free People gave him a gig where he can show off his game! The actor is the star of the brand’s new fashion web series, where he gets to romance model Sheila Marquez with flowers and “roshambo” (or rock-paper-scissors) while she wears cozy jackets and tees from the brand’s spring 2013 collection. Watch the video above to see this season’s billowy blouses and lacy lingerie for the ladies, and shop it all in stores and on freepeople.com.
Plus, check out all the Girls fashion from the set!