Zosia Mamet in Honor

Posted on April 04, 2013

‘Girls’ star Zosia Mamet attends the premiere of ‘Trance’ in New York City in Honor.

Honor Fall 2013 Collection



[Photo Credit: Getty, style.com]

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  • Sara__B

    Better than usual.

  • Lisa M. (ReVoir) Kramp

    Slap her stylist (or whomever) for pinning that hem and LEAVING IT LIKE THAT. For shame.

    • Candigirl1968

      I don’t get why it needed to be that short in any case.

    • Suzette Lavine

      Amen! At least press the hem if you’re going to shorten the dress. It takes no time at all.

  • This does not seem like her style. Also, why did they shorten it? :/

  • I just can’t with this girl. She needs to lighten up.

  • gabbilevy

    Cool shoes, stupid (or at least, infantile) dress.

  • tereliz

    I saw this yesterday and while the dress has not grown on me AT ALL, I really, really, really like those shoes.

    • MilaXX

      I like them too, but not with this look. I’d rock them with jeans or pants

  • Sobaika

    Can’t even muster criticism of this mess. Go home girl, get a good night’s sleep and practice making facial expressions.

    Right before you fire your stylist or whoever pinned this dress into a tunis.

    • H2olovngrl

      And get a damn hair stylist! That constant center part gives me an itchy slap hand.

  • that hem is driving me nuts.

  • alyce1213

    What the hell kind of a hem is that to go out and be photographed in? It’s a cute dress, nice color, but come on . . .
    Also, it’s too short, looks unbalanced, proportion’s off. I wonder if it was better before the (pinned?) hem.
    And yoga hair. Cute shoes, though.

    • Lori

      I thought the shoes were cute too, until I saw that they’re almost $800. They are not $800 worth of cute.

      • alyce1213


  • AmeliaEve

    Yeah, I get it, you’re edgy and boho and alternative. You don’t have to pluck your eyebrows and you don’t have to have a hairdo. But could you comb them? Just a little bit?

  • Missy Covington


    Nothing is right. Look at her face; she knows it, too.

    • That’s always her face. Always. As if we are forcing her to be here.

      • Missy Covington

        I was skeptical and so I did a google search and found a tumblr site dedicated to this phenomenon called “Zosia Mamet hates you”. I had to laugh.

        My, girl does trend toward the sour/dour, doesn’t she?

  • VicD

    Good lord, that is entirely AWFUL. Hem, shape, color, shoes, hair … bad, bad, bad.

  • I almost like the dress, and almost like the shoes– but it would take a decent amount of attitude to pull them off. And as much as I love Miss Zosia, she is not making this work.

  • Robyn Garrett

    Oh, Shosh, you shapeless little valentine…

  • How is it possible for that shade of pink to look depressing?

    • Little_Olive

      Because Pepto Bismol has the trademark.

  • lehen

    she is such a sad, sad, clothes wearer.

  • Little_Olive


  • jmorino08

    What a wasted opportunity! She should have gone full go-go with tights and boots and the whole shebang. If someone gave me expensive free clothes, I would not ruin them by looking stupid!

  • Yes dear, we get it. You’ve beaten us over the head with it and we get it. You’re a very serious actress, an artistic soul, and clearly above playing into stereotypical ideals of beauty. Congratulations to you and all that you accomplished all on your own, without your daddy’s name…oh wait.

    • Rand Ortega

      I love you.

  • shirab

    Those shoes, like many pointy ones where the toes aren’t expected to go all the way to the end, make her feet look disproportionately long. Why can’t shoes just be shaped like feet? *sigh* I know, I know. It was always thus.

    • Missy Covington

      I feel the same way about ultra-pointy shoes. It’s a weird little foot-farce.

    • H2olovngrl

      Those shoes are hideous, hands down.

  • God, that’s just sad – from the hair, to the hem (seriously, was it hemmed in the dark?), to the totally inappropriate shoes…

  • Introspective

    ugly pastels, cheap jewel appliques, butchered tailoring and a silhouette that stumpifies to no end.

    she is easter roadkill.

    • cheap jewel appliques are the worst. They scream staten island.

  • This girl needs to hire a gay to teach her to pose and how to SMILE, stat. Her sad clothes are made even sadder my that perpetual frown. Be happy, girl. You’re young, rich, pretty, and getting free clothes thrown at you, for the love of all that’s holy, enjoy it.

  • MarissaLG

    The dress could be fine if it was styled appropriately, but come ON. Those shoes are terrible and everything else looks like a hot mess.

  • Jennifer Coleman

    This is a serious dud of an outfit. That is all.

  • All I see is the terrible hem….

  • SewingSiren

    It’s badly hemmed. Other than that I like the whole look, especially the eyebrows.

  • decormaven

    I’ve seen better hems on an 8th grade home ec project. And is it time to dust off the old Villager shoe styles? If we’re going to go there, please resurrect the Pappagallo flower flats. I’ll take one in every color.

    • l_c_ann

      You’re so right. Those flower flats would be so welcome in this shoe year of dreck.

  • Going with the “if you can’t say anything nice” ethos, I’ll offer up this: The shoes are cute.

  • jessica walsh

    Poorly hemmed, and she looks half-dressed without the hose.

  • zenobar

    I got a flashback to those MAD Magazine foldouts when both photos 3 and 4 were on my monitor. When the two photos are viewed one right beneath the other, she appears irritated and truncated. Irritruncated.

  • At least she skipped the white tights!

  • I’m already bored w/Zosia’s schtick. She seems a bit one-dimensional.

  • No, no and NO!

  • i think i could love this in a “dorky-chic” way, but that facial expression really throws it way off.

  • Tatiana Luján

    fun dress, ruined by bad hemming, and awful shoes.

  • schadenfreudelicious

    did she flip that hem under and secure with safety pins??

  • CarolinLA

    That’s so wrong I’m nearly speechless.

  • Are you freaking kidding me? That’s how someone hems a dress when you KNOW you’re going to be photographed? I’m speechless.

  • l_c_ann

    How can you tell the dress is a short term borrow?

    When the new hem isn’t ironed but tacked (and tacked badly).

  • lobsterlen

    What is using a professional tailor to hem your dress unhip now? I sort of hate her for ruining that cute dress.

  • lrober03

    Is this a new trend? Lip color that matches your dress?

  • MilaXX

    These poor ladies from this show. Their stylist must hate them because they are forever showing up in public looking half assed in the worse sort of way. If they couldn’t press the hem then leave it be and put her in a pair of heels. Speaking of foot wear, that blue flat should have been left on the runway. Personally I would rock them with flats, but combined with the I don’t give a damn hem poor Zoisa looks like some strange new bred of bird. Lastly I love a full brow, but girl yours are jacked up. How could a makeup artist apply eyeliner and mascara and leave those things as is? No thought was given to grooming or even brushing them in the same direction.
    I simply cannot with this entire look. This is the very definition of tore up from the floor up.

    • ^That’s precisely why I couldn’t be bothered to write anything. Thanks. 😉

    • sweetestsith

      “tore up from the floor up” is my new favorite thing. THANK YOU!

  • snarkykitten

    is bad dressing a theme for these “Girls”?

    and terrible tattoos…

  • lizlemonglasses

    To quote the great Swedish Chef, “Vurt da furk!”

    • random_poster

      I wish there was a way to like this comment a million times. I’m off to practice saying “vurt da furk” now until it becomes second-nature.

      • lizlemonglasses

        I like to break it out on truly special occasions.

    • Rand Ortega

      CAN’T. STOP. LAUGHING!!!!!

  • Indigo54

    Bless her heart. Even she knows her look ain’t working. Too late now it’s all out there for us to see.

  • That hem makes me so angry. I must seek solace in Thin Mints.

  • Monkey Toe

    Let a smile be your umbrella.

  • susan6

    You know….get an excellent stylist and makeup artist to trim the eyebrows, put some serious smoky eye on, dark lips and a kick butt outfit, and do….SOMETHING with the hair that isn’t boring and severe, and this girl could be an exotic looking hottie. Instead, she always looks like she could barely be arsed to be here.

    Seriously, I want to see what she looks like glammed up.

  • rloliveira

    Who pinned up that hem? What a bad, bad idea.

  • I want to pluck her eyebrows and tell her dirty jokes until she cracks a smile. The dress would be cute, were it not for the jewels on her collar and the ridiculous hem.

    • I thought the same thing about the eyebrows – they DESPERATELY need some attention.

      • MilaXX

        A $5.99 tube of brow gel would do wonders. No plucking needed

        • Rand Ortega

          Just Googled ‘brow gel’. I had no idea.

          • Lori

            Colorless mascara also works. (Some places it’s easier to find.)

          • MilaXX

            agreed, they are pretty much the same thing.

          • rkdgal

            Cheap-ass hair gel works great — just put it on a plain spoolie filched from Sephora and you’re good to go!

          • MilaXX

            When it comes to cosmetics it often takes a village. Even the most “natural” of faces are usually loaded with products

  • DominoEstella


  • I thought it said “Zosia Mamet in Horror” and, well…

  • fnarf

    Jesus, you can SEE THE PINS.

  • dickylarue

    So who shows up to a red carpet event first wearing Underoos smeared with cake frosting & other assorted solids & fluids? Zosia or Lena? I’m gonna go with Lena on that one, but Zosia is leading by a nose for wearing a black garbage bag, military boots & a giant colorful easter bonnet.

  • Krafty_L

    She seems bummed about forgetting to wear pants.

  • ConnieBV

    This makes me sad. Dress by Hobby Lobby, that gym hair and those Payless shoes… Even her eyebrows are mad at her.

  • random_poster

    Is there a contractual obligation to show up at the step-and-repeat when you attend these things? If not, then don’t get up there in front of everyone and leave it to someone who cares. If you want to attend the movie but don’t care about the rest, slip in the backdoor wearing your jeans and a cap. I mean, why waste everyone’s time?

    • Good point. From now on, starlets who just can’t be bothered should walk on into the event, and not stop for the step and repeat. So much better than to look like you’re miserable just being there.

  • Rand Ortega

    Yikes. The only starlet this frock is even remotely suited for is Kiernan Shipka, but she’d laugh at it because she’s far too chic to go near it.

  • formerlyAnon

    She’s starting to age into her looks, in my opinion, and has no idea what to do with them (or is resisting because what *I* think she should do strikes her as too mature or reminds her of an older relative.)
    At least when she’s dressing up, she needs to stay with [what I assume is] her natural dark hair and default to elegant, a trifle severe, and quietly dramatic (or Generic Eastern European Folk if she’s going to go embellished and fussy.) She would slay all comers, IMO, and that look would work from the late 20s through to old age.

  • jilly_d

    W. T. F.

  • marilyn

    That looks like an amateurish home sewing project. And the shoes are horrible-not only with this, but with anything else.

  • Frumpy…that’s all!

  • PastryGoddess

    Little Bunny Foo Foo-ish

    • So she’s going from here to snatching up the field mice and bobbing them on the head?


  • butterflysunita

    Why is someone who looks so severe and somber wearing a pink dress with hearts around the collar?

    • Lori

      Irony overload?

    • Laylalola

      She also plays the Joyce Ramsay, the lesbian on Mad Men who works at LIFE magazine, with a more severe look that fits her. (Honestly, until last week I never even realized the Mad Men and Girls character were played by the same person.)

      • Christiane Truelove

        OMG, having seen her as Joyce (she was amazing, and I wanted her as my friend) and seeing her as her character in Girls (whiney and uncertain about everything) I would not have guessed they were the same person. I’ll give her props as an actress.

        But no props for that outfit. Gods, I’ve stapled hems to look better than that!

  • CurbGirl

    So very junior high mixer in the 60’s…you know, when your friends met you in the bathroom to staple up your hem?

  • I think she made a poopy in her diaper.

    • alyce1213

      I don’t know exactly why that’s funny, but I’m laughing and laughing. Thanks.

  • nancymae

    You know, this could have catapulted her into the Fug Madness Final Four (she’s this year’s cinderella) if she had worn it 2 months ago. So much for her competitive spirit.

  • Snailstsichr

    I look at her and don’t know if she needs some loving gays or psychotherapy. Or maybe I just need happy polls, because the way she dresses makes me sad.

  • maggiemaybe

    When I first saw this I thought it said “Zosia Mamet in Horror” and when I scrolled down to the hem… well, you know where I’m going with this.

  • Toto Maya


  • Claire Scott

    I love how much edgier she is than as Shoshanna. Such a paradox

  • 60s.

    You’re doin’ it wrong.

  • demidaemon

    Those shoes without tights are a true needle scratch. They also clearly do not fit.

  • Anniebet

    Horrible hem job on the skirt. Dreary dress and face. Who thought those shoes were a good idea? Oh yeah, the designer. Everybody’s batting 0/4 here.

  • prettybigkitty

    She’s campaigning for an early lead in next year’s Fug Madness. This will be tough to beat.

  • ChristinaRi

    wtf? Did they just use tape to hem the dress and make it shorter?

    Pretty dress, but horrible choice for this woman.

  • gracedarling

    This is not the angle to be photographed in that dress.

  • Reaching for the mind-bleach….

  • Imasewsure

    She made this right? WHyyyyyyyyyyyy

  • korilian

    Jesus. Some stylist saw this on the runway and actually decided it should be worn out in public by a human being?!?

  • jetpackdino

    I want to hit her in the face with a pie.

  • Is the bottom of the dress caught in the waistband of her panties? This makes no sense.

  • Sadie-Ann

    There is a big difference in a mini-dress that looks short and sexy, and one that looks like you forgot pants.

    Also, she looks super sad for someone wearing so many hearts.

  • teensmom99

    Not a good idea to be using her boss’s stylist.

  • librarygrrl64

    A cute dress that needed to be pressed at the hem.

  • I’ve read that headline as ZOSIA MAMET IN HORROR even before I saw her. I guess I was right.

  • Those are some ugly ass shoes.

  • Mirakel9

    Oh, this is bad – hair, makeup?? (maybe no make up….in which case, pretty good!), shoes, dress (did she tape the hem?) – all of it is bad! Plus, I know I shouldn’t say this, but tweezing for two minutes would make a HUGE difference (from one bushy-browed woman to one ‘untidy’-browed woman).

  • Tami simkins

    She looks like one of the nuns in Sound of Music. The one who said Maria was a “clown.” The badly pinned up hem on that hideous dress is making me very twitchy. It’s almost like she’s TRYING (?) to be unattractive? I don’t get it.

  • Sigh. If you don’t want to do the publicity, don’t do the publicity. Don’t just stand there begging for attention by pretending you’re above it all. You ain’t.


  • I just don’t understand. Did the shoes come with the dress? The model is wearing them too and they are SO BAD. It’s all so bad.

  • clairellis

    Dear god no.

  • red

    Granny G(yllenhaal) syndrome.