The Emmy-nominated TV drama “Girls” on HBO may focus on the stark reality of cash-starved twentysomethings as they chart their lives in New York City, but the dramedy also is a melting pot of iconic American products, specifically underwear and lingerie, said Jenn Rogien, the show’s costume designer.
“There’s a lot of sex in the show, but its not sexy sex. It’s awkward, funny and sometimes silly sex, and underwear is a big part of it. There’s a lot of underwear as we head into these sex scenes,” she said.
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