…it’s happening. And it’s at Vulture. Pour yourself some champagne and join us!
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Have we mentioned that we like Girls now? Somehow it won us over during the course of the season. HOWEVER. That does not mean we want to dress like…well, any of them. And in honor of the show’s second season premiere on Sunday, we look a look back at the fashions of season one. Including:
“Of course Shoshanna is wearing a bubblegum-pink tracksuit. Like Shoshanna, it’s prim, juvenile, unworldy — especially in comparison to Jessa, who wears hats and scarves and totes a fabulously beat-up Louis Vuitton. In short, Jessa is vintage; poor Shoshanna is just dated.”
We thought we’d be nice this time. Behold, our 25 favorite looks of 2012. There are capes! There are duvets! Even Kristen Stewart gets some love:
“We’re glad Kristen is ballsier than we apparently are. Her Elie Saab is major-movie-star-worthy, and say what you will about Twilight, she’s earned it. How great to go out on a high note after years of slouchy ups and downs; hopefully this will push her into 2013 feeling confident enough to keep on leaving those red-carpet Converse at home.”
In honor of the end of Gossip Girl, Heather and I picked some of the show’s most iconic looks. I think you guys will like this one. Don’t worry, we didn’t forget Chuck Bass’s insane athletic onesie. Come and reunite with Blair’s headbands! Jenny’s extensions! Serena’s legs! Dan’s bad hair! AND MORE:
“Here, at the inauguration of this tradition, Jenny looks refreshingly (and nostalgically) normal, but it’s comforting to know that Blair’s flair for Breakfast at Tiffany’s–accented drama is innate, as is Serena’s tendency to show up places looking like a bird.”
Ready to read about what it was like for us to actually be on the Emmy Red Carpet in Sunday? Now you can — with bonus Arrested Development spoilers (not really, unless you count information about Buster’s socks), and details like so:
The other benefit of being Live on the Red Carpet was seeing celebs getting starstruck. Jeremy Davies of Justified paused mid-interview because he saw Judd Apatow, genuflected to him, and reached across us to grab Apatow’s arm and proclaim his worship (though he also later bowed to Kathy Griffin, so maybe he’s just really formal right now).
In which we call out such important winners as The Best Break-Up Cleavage and the Saddest Hair, and note of someone….:
“It was just illusory enough to be sexy, yet elaborate enough that we knew there was no threat of nipple. Besides, “Threat of Nipple” really only works as the name for the band we just decided to start.”