Lena Dunham recently revealed she wants to retire in Canada, and after her appearances at Toronto's Just for Laughs Festival, she could be closer than ever — at least when it comes to her sartorial selections.
The 28-year-old writer and actress sported two looks by Toronto designer Erin Kleinberg during Saturday's Canadian press day for her soon-to-be-released memoir, Not That Kind of Girl. In a behind-the-scenes photo, Kleinberg confirmed she dressed the "Girls" creator and star in pieces from her 2015 Spring-Summer collection, and called it a "jokes day."
For Dunham's afternoon interview with etalk's Ben Mulroney, she wore dark jeans, a white, red and teal custom printed shirt, and navy cardigan with two-toned blue pockets, and coral accents. On Instagram, Kleinberg — also a co-creator of fashion website, The Coveteur — hinted at a possible collaboration with the "Tiny Furniture" director, writing, "we designed that print she's wearing together! Stay tuned."
Later, Dunham took the stage at the Sony Centre with Jian Ghomeshi to read some passages from her book, answer audience questions and chat about some hot topics including celebrity culture, feminism, and her famed character, Hannah Horvath. This time, she sported black dress pants, and a midnight blue tunic with a sunburst galaxy print.
But those aren't Dunham's only Canadian connections.
Though she already expressed her love of Le Chateau and Alice Munro to the Toronto Star last week, Dunham also announced her newfound appreciation for ketchup chips on Twitter, writing:
Dispatch from Canada: ketchup chips!!! The fact that we don't have ketchup chips in every bodega the US is appalling.— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) September 20, 2014
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