Fab Four: How to Nail the Girls Cast's On-Screen Style

It’s not just the drama and laughs we tune in to on HBO’s Girls – we’re analyzing the clothing, too. Following this group of four twenty-something friends (and sometimes foes), every personality can take a sartorial cue from Lena Dunham’s hit show. Study up on each character’s style, then set your DVR for this weekend’s season four finale. Clockwise from top left: Jessa, Marnie, […]

Ask Lena: Girls Star Shares Advice on YouTube

If you’ve ever questioned which friendships are worth fighting for, how loud is too loud, or whether you can wear booty shorts and still be called a feminist (answer: yes), Lena Dunham is here to set the record straight. Screenshot via YouTube In anticipation of her September 30 Not That Kind of Girl book release, the Girls star offers sage advice in a […]

From Girls to Peter Pan, Allison Williams Just Doesn't Want to Grow Up

Here’s a bit of pixie dust to sweeten your morning coffee: actress Allison Williams has been cast as Peter Pan in an NBC live musical production set to premiere on December 4. Sure, Neverland is a far cry from the Girls set in New York, but Allison has eagerly awaited this opportunity since childhood. She even […]

We Couldn’t Have Said It Better…

Commenting on the not-so-accurate portrayal of their office on the latest episode of Girls: Hey, SunChips – we’re big fans too. Just sayin’. Which great quotes did we miss? Tweet us at @ruelala. Not a Member and like The (Style) Guide? You’ll love Rue La La. Join now.

Lena Dunham Is About to Prove She’s Just “Not That Kind of Girl”

If you’re anything like me, it’s almost like Lena Dunham – a.k.a. Hannah Horvath – is speaking directly to you via her HBO original series, Girls. She can’t pay rent? You can’t pay rent. (Well, sometimes.) Ups and downs with your best friend? Preaching to the choir. And now, us just-like-me fans can connect with Dunham […]

Girls Star Zosia Mamet Lands Glamour Column

Okay, “lands” is a stretch. I’m going to go out on a limb and say this HBO actress skipped the rigid interview process. But I digress. The annoyingly adorable character you know as Shoshanna (or that girl who licked Peggy’s face in Mad Men) is writing a bimonthly column for Glamour titled “My Zo-Called Life.” And she gushed all […]

Chitter Chatter

Check Out: Zach Braff photobombing this couple’s wedding picture. Could this be the best celebrity photobomb of all time? We think so. Well, right after this one. Imagine: What Leighton Meester and Adam Brody’s wedding will look like. One thing’s for sure – even if their marriage doesn’t work out, it would make for one epic […]

Chitter Chatter

  Welcome: Tom and Giselle’s newest bundle of joy, Vivian Lake. Looks like the world just got a little more beautiful. Know: Pantone just unveiled its 2013 color of the year. We bet a lot of hues are green with envy out there. Watch: A little something to hold you over until season 2 of Girls premieres […]

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I’ve been a fashion editor for fifteen years, freelancing for publications including WWD, Teen Vogue, W, Marie Claire, Glamour, and Lucky. My love for the business extends into styling, too. I especially love vintage shopping and going to flea markets. Fun fact: I once ran a vintage booth on the weekends just for fun.

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