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Front Row Report, Rebecca Minkoff: Zosia Mamet Doesn't Plan to Party at NYFW

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After attending Minkoff's show on Friday, Shosh says she plans to go into hiding for the rest of fashion week

At Rebecca Minkoff's New York Fashion Week show on Thursday, a bevy of boldfacers sat front row for the designer's square-shaped runway setup. Among those famous faces waiting to see what Minkoff had to offer from her spring 2015 collection? A newly platinum blonde Zosia Mamet (a.k.a. Shosh), who sat alongside Jamie Chung, Victoria Justice, Jessica Lowndes and AnnaSophia Robb in the front row.

During the show, which featured live music from Brooklyn-based alternative pop band Little Daylight, the Girls actress was spotted taking a few snaps of the runway looks during the presentation which included flowy dresses in soft silhouettes, ruffle tops in pastel shades, and five special pieces with a 3D print that helped close the show. 3D glasses included, indeed, for the audience to catch the cool special effect.

While Mamet is a front-row regular during NYFW, she doesn't plan to make any more stops after Friday. "I'm actually only going to two shows this season because I've been a little busy, but I got to see two of my favorite shows and designers, and also my dear friends -- [Giovanna Randall of] Honor and Minkoff," Mamet told Pret-a-Reporter post-show. "I'm always so in awe […] this show is so different than the last show, and I think it's just so exciting. I'm always so impressed by them. They're my heroes."

And if you're wondering whether or not you'll be seeing the actress at any style soirees this week, it's likely you won't catch her.

"I'm not a big party fan," she said with a small laugh. "I think this is sort of it. This is my last show and then I'll be hiding away for the rest of fashion week." Aw we'll miss you, Shosh.

 

 

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