The Gals Of Girls Do NYC Proud, Don't You Think?

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    Are you tired yet of the rapidly increasing, all-encompassing empire of Lena Dunham? Yeah, we aren't either. Sure, her ubiquitousness seems to only increase as we get closer and closer to the premiere date for Season Two of Girls (Sunday!), but her endless quotability (and, hell, likeability) has made her a media darling favorite. (We imagine she would find the word "darling," when used to describe her, wildly entertaining.)

    Like her incredibly nuanced but endlessly relatable characters, the girls that walked the Girls carpet last night in New York seemed to encapsulate a little bit of all of New York. Five girls, five wildly different styles, five ways of being totally, utterly New York.

    So, which of these vastly different takes on red carpet dressing takes the NYC premiere cake? Which Girls red carpet style do you think may be the voice of our generation. Or at least a voice, of a generation?

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