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The 'Girls' Cast Totally Won The Golden Globes Red Carpet

Nailed it.

We already rehashed past red carpet looks of the Girls cast from four years of premieres, but the 2015 Golden Globes red carpet has given us more to talk about. All four ladies looked uh-meez (that's short for "amazing"), and we must discuss.

Here are my notes:

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Jemima Kirke just showing up in a space-age kimono and looking better than I even thought possible? I love her striking middle part and the focus on her eyes. If I ever put this on it would look like I lost a fight with my aluminum foil.

Better yet, this is what she started with:

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Lena Dunham took part in the lob/bob trend on the red carpet and wore a Zac Posen dress that was not the same shade as the carpet. *high five* From the front, she looks lovely with this boat neck neckline and the view of her matching heels, and from the back, she shows off her tattoos along with the draped fabric flanking each side. Very distinct and very Lena.

While we're on the topic, Lena also shared a getting-ready snap:

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Zosia Mamet wore winter pastels tonight, including an orchid full skirt and a mauve/gray top. It had a futuristic prom vibe, complemented by the single strand diamond necklace. Her hair almost gives her outfit an ombre finish. Simply: She looks presh.

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And finally, we have Allison Williams, who is consistently beautiful. Her look doesn't have one attention-grabbing "wow" factor, but it's just overall stunning. Her hair is styled in a classic, soft wave lob and the intricate beading on her gown adds to her delicate look. Her dark makeup is dramatic without looking spooky.