Every entertainment phenomenon has a sequel or some version of imitative flattery. The Cosby Show spun off into A Different World. 90210 moved into Melrose Place. Mad Men opened the floodgates for period shows like Boardwalk Empire and Sex & the City had a baby called, Girls. The prequel to all relationship theories, the odd jobs before careers developed, and the fantastic quirky style phases before the catwalk craze of Sarah Jessica Parker.
The 15th annual Costume Designers’ Guild Awards was held this week in Beverly Hills. Girls designer, Jenn Rogien was honored as a nominee for Outstanding Costume Design for a Contemporary Television Series. Check out our conversation on the red carpet about the genius behind the look of the hit show.
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