When the final episode of Girls airs Sunday, it will mark the end of an era. After six seasons of witnessing Hannah, Marnie, Jessa, and Shoshanna grapple with the growing pains of young adulthood, we'll be tuning in to bid adieu to their quirky characters and the raw, refreshing, awkwardly real approach to comedy—and style—that has made the show so impactful to its generation.
Jenn Rogien has been the mastermind behind the looks worn by the show's leading ladies since its very first episode. As the Girls costume designer, Rogien has been responsible for developing each of the characters through dress—and throughout each woman's development, we've witnessed some iconic, indelible stylings.
See below for the nine fashion moments we'll never forget from Girls.
Jessa's ornate feather vest at the Bushwick party (Season 1). "Jessa's evolution is the most obvious," Rogien tells Vogue. "If you hold up a photo from Season 1 and a photo from Season 6, there are moments where if you told me it was the same character, I would not believe it."
Shoshanna's fascinator (Season 2, Episode 1).
Jessa's see-through babysitting outfit (Season 2).
Hannah's neon yellow mesh tank top (Season 2).
Marnie's waitressing outfit described as something "a magician's assistant" would wear (Season 2).
Hannah's sleeping bag snuggie (Season 2). "This made the list because we actually thought it was going to be a huge challenge item for us. We didn't know there's a company that exists that makes exactly that—a sleeping bag with arm holes; it's one of my favorite finds," Rogien told Time.
Marnie's wedding dress and the girls' customizable bridesmaid dresses (Season 5, Episode 1). "Marnie's dress was very deliberately planned and sourced and conceived to be part of her current aesthetic, which started in Season 4 when we saw her really go heavy into her music," Rogien explains to Flavorwire.
Shoshanna's Tokyo style (Season 5). "Of all the girls, Shoshanna's always known exactly who she was at all times, regardless of setting," Rogien tells Racked. "So for the Tokyo episodes, we pulled in all our Japanese street style inspiration, and then spun it to make it right for Shosh."
Marnie's infamous red dress (Season 5). "Marnie's red dress was actually inspired by a joke: When she comes out of the fitting room in it, she says, 'I feel like a Bob Mackie Barbie,'" Rogien tells Racked. "So that was my starting point, that amazing direction that was in the script."
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