Not only is Lena Dunham pals with Kimye champion Anna Wintour, but she's also besties with fashion designer Marc Jacobs, hence, her glamorous turn on the red carpet on Monday.
The "Girls" star/creator attended the 2014 Point Honors New York Gala wearing a sequin bronze gown designed by Jacobs, which featured a floor-sweeping train, long sleeves and a low v-neck.
Lena was ecstatic with the body-hugging dress and shared her love for it on Instagram.
"My first excuse to carry my @charlotte_olympia clutch in public! To the very inspiring @pointfoundation honors. I save my sequins for when I know the gay boys will be out #traffickinginstereotypes," the 29-year-old captioned the fun pic.
Lena, who was honored with the Point Foundation's Horizon Award for her work in the LGBTQ community, was also grateful for the, ahem, support she got from her glam gown.
"And thank you @marcjacobsintl for giving me boob I could use. Here with members of my HBO family," she captioned the pic.
Although we're used to seeing Lena with a lot less clothes on "Girls," this may be the first time we've seen her reveal more flesh on the red carpet (and we love it).