Zosia Mamet, Julia Garner

Zosia Mamet’s Maiyet-clad arrival to the 2016 CFDA Fashion Awards Monday night was pretty grand, but the Girls star got to celebrate style in a more relaxed (yet still glamorous) format Wednesday inside New York’s Spring Place, where the blonde was on hand to raise a glass to Jason Wu’s new affordable sister line, Grey Jason Wu.

Dressed in a black sleeveless evening gown, Mamet mingled with fellow actress Julia Garner (she’s previously appeared on Girls) as the two prepared to take their seats for a dinner whipped up by Sunday Supper’s Laila Gohar that included an Instagram-worthy bread totem along with plates of coconut bamboo rice with shrimp and a potato concoction fused with charcoal miso and pink cashew paint.

Though quite special, it wasn’t the food that was on the tip of everyone’s tongue. Martha Hunt (below, right, with models Kati Nescher and Constance Jablonski), who sat next to Wu during each course, not only photographed her meal, but also chatted with the designer on his new venture, which fuses the work of artists like Hunt Slonem (in attendance) with his ready-to-wear frocks.

Kati Nescher, Constance Jablonski, Martha Hunt

“I translated his famous bunnies into printed chiffon, a multi colored jacquard, and embroidery on knitwear,” Wu said of the design process in a statement. “Hunt’s work is charming, full of life, and so clever—qualities that perfectly sum up Grey Jason Wu.”

Jason Wu
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For Hunt, slipping into Wu’s pleated pocket dress is a piece of cake. As the beauty recently told InStyle, her fitness routine helps her maintain her killer physique. “I’m constantly working out. I work out probably three to four times a week. Body by Simone and also Dogpound gym in New York City, they have great trainers. So a mix of cardio, jump roping, Pilates, resistance bands, weights, squats, a whole mix of everything,” she told us.