Most "Girls"-related buzz centers on Lena Dunham, but the fashion world has taken note of another star: Zosia Mamet. Mamet, who plays Shoshanna in the HBO hit show, has emerged as a style risk taker with a penchant for high necklines, busy prints and a color palette pulled from the 1970s.
But at Sunday's Golden Globes red carpet, she kept things simple and straightforward in a black dress. Sure, there were what looked like leather panels running along the sides and waistband. But with clean lines and an open neckline, Zosia's dress was perfectly understated -- and didn't steal the show when she stood behind Lena Dunham as the "Girls" cast accepted the award for Best Comedy.
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