No one’s more surprised than we are to find ourselves admiring Miss Zosia, not only for making fun, stylish choices this week, but also for demonstrating the one skill all true fashionistas must have: the ability to switch up your look drastically from moment to moment. In all honesty, we never thought she had it in her.
Let’s assess, yes? Yes.
Zosia Mamet attends the New York premiere of “Mother!” at Radio City Music Hall in New York City in Yanina Couture.
Okay, two things here: first, we don’t actually love the hair piece and netting. Second, that’s a Little Black Peacock Dress and we had no idea such a thing was possible, but we LOVE it. It’s both chic and fun. Not sure the collar really does anything for it, though. We suspect it would look better without it. As for the head-styling, even though it’s not what we’d have rec’d (and we don’t thing it truly goes with the dress at all), it’s a surprisingly fun and light bit of personality injected into the look. We don’t love it, but she does – and it’s good enough just to see her taking a light approach.
And speaking of Miss Zosia’s uncharacteristic turn toward the light side….
Zosia Mamet attends Marc Jacobs Spring 2018 fashion show during New York Fashion Week in New York City in Marc Jacobs.
Okay, hear us out.
We realize that this is awkward and a little silly. In fact, we suspect the Marc Jacobs folks were making an attempt to dress her like her Girls character for some reason We can’t, with a straight face (or even two gay ones), make any claims toward chicness here. Everything’s random and mismatched – except the shoes, which are heinous, and the shorts, which should be destroyed. All of that is so stipulated.
But this is still kind of fun and bright in a way that she doesn’t do as often as she should. Awkward? Yeah, that’s nothing new for her. Fun? More, please.
First Look: Yanina Couture Black Peacock Dress from the Fall 2016 Collection
Second Look: Marc Jacobs Head-to-Toe Look from the Resort 2018 Collection
[Photo Credit: Kristin Callahan/ACE Pictures/INSTARimages, INSTARimages.com, Getty Images, IMAXTree, Courtesy of Marc Jacobs]