Everyone Looked Polished and Amazing at the ‘Girls’ Season Four Premiere

The cast of "Girls" strapped on their fancy Manhattan clothes and jumped the East River for the night.

Alysia Reiner cries out, "Seasons, be damned!" while seeking shelter from last night's snow and rain in this springy frock. (Photo via Getty)
Rita Wilson, who plays Marni's mom and honestly should be cast in more projects because she is incredibly affable, wears a sparkly jumpsuit. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
Andrew Rannells continues to be the best person on "Girls" and/or the planet. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
Kirstie Alley looks like some kind of highly sexual serpent in her green leather jacket. Raise your hand if you would watch a buddy comedy starring her and Andrew Rannells. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
Zosia Mamet looks way cooler than Shoshanna in red Alexander McQueen. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
Edie Falco does menswear, looks amazing. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
Erin Fetherston channels season-one Shosh. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
Kathy Griffin, likely taking notes for her "Fashion Police" debut. (Photo via Getty)
The girls prepare for the first round of their cancan battle against Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson of "Broad City." (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
Painfully aware that they are outnumbered, the "Broad City" broads are all smiles, attempting to squash the beef. (Photo via Getty)
John Oliver, who is Team HBO by default, looks on. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
Allison Williams (Photo via Getty)
Allison Williams (Photo via Getty)
For real though, someone who was at the event in person assured us that she is devastatingly beautiful IRL. (Photo via Getty)
Jemima Kirke SMOLDERS. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
Alex Karpovsky chills. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
Natasha Lyonne looks great in a timeless black dress. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
When you google "what is nonchalant," this photo of Gillian Jacobs appears. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
Gaby Hoffman does her thing. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
Adam Driver, that goatee had better be for a role, you movie star, you. (Photo via Getty)

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The nation’s foremost controversial 30-minute television program made its fourth-season debut last night in New York City.

The show, Girls, employs various hip 20-something actors who fit in on the gentrified streets of Brooklyn. The characters they play on the show are often disheveled and cranky, yelling at each other and wearing garments such as “shorteralls.” They are somewhat like babies in that way, but they are also strangely relatable.

In real life, though, these actors and their peers are incredibly glam, polished, sleek and shiny, and not all that relatable unless you live in a dream world and you think nothing of visiting the Museum of Natural History in a custom Creatures of the Wind caftan, like Lena Dunham. Click through this slideshow to take in the glamor and splendor of the Girls cast last night.

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