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  • It Girls Who Lunch - Greta Gerwig. Photo by Getty Images.1
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  • It Girls Who Lunch - Langley Fox. Photo by Getty Images.3
  • It Girls Who Lunch - Hailee Steinfeld. Photo by Getty Images.4
  • It Girls Who Lunch - Jessica Joffe. Photo by Getty Images.5
  • It Girls Who Lunch - Amy Seimetz. Photo by Getty Images.6
  • It Girls Who Lunch - Mickey Sumner. Photo by Getty Images.7
  • It Girls Who Lunch - Catherine Keener. Photo by Getty Images.8
  • It Girls Who Lunch - Nikohl Boosheri. Photo by Getty Images.9
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It Girls Who Lunch

W Magazine celebrated Greta Gerwig, Hailee Steinfeld, and more of the chic stars of tomorrow.

Sure, Golden Globes weekend was a time to celebrate the best performances, risk-taking films and all other products of the Hollywood machine. But while no one will deny the pleasure of watching stars like Cate Blanchett and Sandra Bullock grace carpet after carpet in a revolving closet’s worth of looks, sometimes it’s nice to have change of scenery. Saturday afternoon, W Magazine did just that when editor-at-large Lynn Hirschberg hosted a luncheon, sponsored by Lancôme and Dom Perignon, celebrating the many “It Girls” who have appeared in the publication’s pages. Chic young things like Diane Kruger, the illustrator-model Langley Fox and the mumblecore-turned-indie darling Greta Gerwig took over A.O.C. Restaurant in West Hollywood where they traded ingénue tales.