lets it all hang out as she displays plenty of cleavage and side boob in daring keyhole dress.
Her character Shoshanna Shapiro in the hit HBO series Girls is known for wearing more conservative and innocent outfits. But actress Zosia Mamet went for a more daring look when she appeared on the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Show on Saturday night. All eyes were on the actress, who slipped into a red velvet keyhole dress, which displayed plenty of cleavage and side boob.
The daring attire was however both elegant and risque, flashing plenty of skin whilst being somewhat demure at the same time with it's knee-length hem and cap-sleeve top. Zosia let her dress do all of the talking by wearing hardly accessories around her top half and swept her hair back into a ponytail. Instead, the brunette star wore an array of stand-out knuckle duster rings on her fingers. She boosted her height with a pair of black leather ankle boots, which she strutted onto the stage in.
The rising star, who hails from Vermont, wore a complimentary pink hue on her pout and slight rouge on her cheeks. Zosia's appearance on the show came as Lena Dunham, her co-star and creator of Girls, scooped the award for outstanding directorial achievement in comedy series at the Directors Guild Awards ceremony in Los Angeles the same night.
The normally casual actress, who also serves as the writer and directer of her hit HBO comedy, opted for a glamorous look -- a custom-made hot pink and red Thakoon dress and open toed Jimmy Choo shoes -- that fell flat, even as she shared the carpet with the always handsome Ben Affleck. But aside from the fashion blunder, she had little to be sad for, as minutes later she found herself on stage accepting the award for outstanding directorial achievement in comedy series.
During her speech, the 26-year-old, who attended with her father, made a hit at the star-studded crowd. 'Steven Spielberg, I am coming for you...Ben Affleck, I already came for you,' she joked, referencing a moment of affected shared between the pair on the red carpet. Zosia, who has also appeared in Mad Men, United States of Tara and Parenthood, is garnering a lot of attention playing Shoshanna in Girls, and the show has been sweeping the pool during awards season.
Girls also swept the comedy category at the Golden Globe awards last month, taking home the Best Comedy Series prize and Best actress in a TV comedy series or musical for Lena Dunham. Girls' big wins during awards season is the latest indication that the show is here to stay. The first season won critical acclaim thanks to its honest portrayal of young women's life in New York, with the second season, which premiered last month looking likely to achieve the same success.