The ‘Girls’ Cast Goes All Black For Season 2 Premiere

Zosia Mamet, Lena Dunham, Jemima Kirke and Allison Williams at the ’Girls’ premiere on Jan. 9 in New York.
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To say we’re excited for the season two premiere of Girls (January 13!) would be the understatement of the year—but as ecstatic as we are to see our four favorite ladies grace the small screen once again, we’ll admit we love nothing more than spotting Zosia Mamet, Lena Dunham, Jemima Kirke and Allison Williams decked out in their own real life outfits. Last night at the Girls premiere in New York, all four actresses went with the tried-and-true (and total New York staple) black with, of course, their own personal spin on each ensemble.

Zosia wore a killer LBD with white-accented ruffles around the neck that draped down the back. She wore peep-toe platforms, a top knot, and bold red lip to add a pop of color. Lena killed it in a black Valentino jumpsuit complete with white trim across the top. She sported her signature short ’do with light pink eyeshadow, nude lips, and diamond stud earrings. Jemima wore a floor-length velvet dress with oversized shoulders and gold sequin detailing along the front. She left her hair down and added a fire engine red lip to finish the look. Allison stunned in a scalloped gold Altuzarra bustier and black skirt. She accessorized with emerald green Fred Leighton drop earrings and patent leather Giuseppe Zanotti pointy heels. PERF!

BONUS: THE OH-SO-COLORFUL SOLANGE

Solange Knowles at the ’Girls’ premiere on Jan. 9 in New York.
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On the other side of the color spectrum, we couldn’t HELP but give a huge shout-out to Solange for going balls-out bold in her Girls premiere ensemble. Unlike the head-to-toe black outfits the Girls cast wore, Solange exploded with color in her geometric print Just Cavalli suit with—get this—a patterned clutch AND shoes. *slow claps* But tell us, which Girls premiere outfit did you like best?

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