At 'Orange Is The New Black' Season 2 Premiere, Taylor Schilling, Laura Prepon, and More Prove Black Will Always Be the New Black

Move over NBC, CBS, HBO, and Showtime: Netflix is (and has been for quite some time) officially the place to turn to for addictive dramas that will have you hooked and feed your binge-watching addiction just like that. And I’m not just talking the seductively dirty Kevin Spacey political drama House of Cards , because there’s another Netflix series with an equally obsessive (and equally deserved) fan following, Orange Is the New Black .

If you’re a fan of the hit show and have been waiting for months to get your hands on the first taste of season two, I have some good news: You’ll have it come June 6. But I have some even better news, too. When it comes to the stars of the show, the OITNB ladies — including Taylor Schilling, Laura Prepon, Uza Aduba, and Laverne Cox — have gotten impossibly more stylish off screen since the end of season one, which they proved yesterday at the season two premiere in New York City.

And though there were a few hints of color here and there (and even an on-the-nose orange jumpsuit, thanks to actress Vicky Jeudy), the ladies confirmed one of the most oft contested style truths in existence — that black will always be the new black.

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Schilling kicked off the premiere red (or black, rather) carpet in a stunning midi-length sheath dress from Monique Lhuillier, whose curve-hugging fit and bell sleeves were only outshone by the graphic and edgy skull print that covered the entire look. Finishing off the modern-chic ensemble with metallic silver pumps, a stick-straight lob, and a pastel pink pout, the actress was able to fuse both her daring and darling sides in just one outfit.

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Prepon went dark but classic in a sweetheart-neckline dress, which featured subtly sexy lace sleeves and a perfectly tailored fit. Styling the ensemble simply with raven waves, basic black pumps, and a red lip, the actress nailed a vampy-glam look with ease.

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Aduba, who plays Crazy Eyes in the Netflix prison series, looked insanely amazing in her minimalist cropped shell and matching voluminous skirt, which she paired with double-strap heels and a pink pout like Schilling’s.

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Like always, Cox brought the sexy in her detailed-leather and structured-shoulder mini dress, whose bustier bodice and short hemline were both chic and seductive. Throwing on a bold, leather clutch and oversized cuffs on each wrist, the actress was a full-blown vixen in her all-black ensemble.

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Actress Natasha Lyonne went the fashion-risk route, which totally paid off thanks to her sequined, flared-skirt dress. Leaving her hair simple and makeup barely there, the ensemble’s embellished, voluminous shoulders and sheer sleeves got every bit of the attention it deserved.

I can only guess what hilarity and drama will ensue in the second season of OITNB (until we find out in a few weeks, of course), but at least I know the stars' style is going nowhere — but up, that is.