We Guarantee You'll Never Guess Where Zosia Mamet Hangs Out In NYC

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We love Girls. Who doesn’t love Girls? HBO’s dramedy cuts it far too close to our real lives on some levels, but still, we continue to binge watch. Our favorite character doesn't quite reflect on our NYC experience quite like the rest of the cast, which is probably why we like her the most: From discovering the delights of crack to experiencing 2nd base rejection, Shoshanna Shapiro (played by Zosia Mamet — who doesn't, by the way dress at all like Shosh in person) is television’s favorite fluffhead. We caught up with the effortlessly cool twenty-something at this week's Cinema Society premiere of 2 Days In New York with MCM, and now, we love her more than ever. Read on for deets on her latest looks and her fave (uh, unexpected) places to hang in NYC.
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Those are incredible Prada shoes you’re wearing. Are you in to your fashion in a big way?
"Yes, I love it. Not in a majorly following trends way, but, I just feel like everyday is a dress up."
Everyone probably always asks, but do you get on with the rest of the girls from Girls?
"I do, I really do. We all get along very well which is sort of shocking and wonderful. I don’t really know how that happened, but it did. We’re all sort of working our asses off all the time so it's hard to schedule, but when we can, yeah!"
Where are your favorite places to chill in New York?
"One of my perfect pastimes is going to movies — and I love a good bookstore. They have some wonderful secret bookstores here, which I absolutely love. Oh, and I just love the Natural History Museum — it’s like my favorite place. I could wander around there forever and ever."
Photo: Patrick McMullan/Courtesy of Factory PR
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