We all spend way too much time thinking about Girls, and this is going to be a problem for us. You know that dark feeling in the pit of your stomach every January contemplating how many more Girls-based articles you are going to have to read/write before Hannah Horvath sees her shadow in March? That’s Groundhog Girls Syndrome, and it’s a real thing that a lot of us suffer from, and as of yet there is no medication for it.
However, we can get help, incrementally: Every couple hours, we try to assuage our crushing Girls-themed ennui by checking out some light-hearted fan fiction or art dedicated to our “voice of the generation” programming. Here are our five current favorites.
We imagine that anyone who attended The Girls show in L.A. earlier this week was reminded of that Kurt Vonnegut quote from Slaughterhouse-Five: “Everything was beautiful and nothing hurt, and there was no soft-shoeing from Daniel Radcliffe, thank God.” Community and Mad Men star Alison Brie–also known as being the most perfect actress and real-life crush in the entire world–told Jon Stewart recently that her cover band’s sound is “classic rock and some country. We do a little Hall & Oates, a little Springsteen, some Dolly Parton …”
And some White Stripes, apparently. Though Alison Brie and the Girls is formally comprised of all women (d’uh), Draco Malfoy (Tom Felton) joined the ladies on stage to perform “We’re Going to Be Friends,” a single from White Blood Cells.
We, somewhat unexpectedly, spent Fashion’s Night Out in the Meatpacking District last night; we’d planned to head over to Soho, but after we saw the parties Diane Von Furstenberg and Catherine Malandrino were throwing, couldn’t tear ourselves away.
Ms. Von Furstenberg spent the evening flitting back and forth between her Washington Street boutique and fittings Read More