Lena Dunham flashed some serious leg on Saturday at the third annual L.A. Loves Alex’s Lemonade Culinary Event at Culver Studios in Culver City, California. The writer/director/actress appeared at the charity benefit sporting an oversize silk turquoise blouse, and at first glance not much else.
The star paired the outfit with brown and white polka dot flats and an understated gold necklace and jewelry. But many blogs who ran the photos of Dunham were quick to chide her for "forgetting to wear pants."
Although the 26-year-old concealed a pair of matching shorts underneath, the Inquisitr remarked that Dunham “forgot to put something over her bottom half.” Such a move would not be entirely out of the blue for Dunham, who has bravely bared all before on her HBO comedy series, “Girls,” which received five Emmy nods this year. Dunham even poked fun at the extent to which she is nude on her TV show, by appearing in an opening skit for the Emmy’s, in which she is discovered backstage eating cake naked on a toilet.
Displaying her typical self-deprecating sense of humor, Dunham later tweeted at the event, “If I look over your shoulder at a party please know I'm not searching for someone cooler to talk to - I'm just eye-f***ing the hors d'oeuvres.’
But in contrast to her frequent nakedness on “Girls,” Dunham has also been attracting recent attention for her sartorial choices. The rising star also graces the November issue of ASOS magazine, in which she spoke candidly about her newfound fame.
"I'm going to sound like such dips**t when I say this, but so many amazing things have happened in the past year; it was almost like amazing-things overload,” said Dunham. ”I was, like, I wish these were slightly more spread out so I could appreciate every single one with the correct amount of gusto and savor it as a memory until my deathbed. But you can't live your life in a constant state of law, so I thought, I'd better get my chin off the floor. It's been pretty wild."
On what it’s like to try and stay grounded about it all, Dunham added, "I try to be conscientious about my work and the hype surrounding it and not succumb to that stuff. I feel like it's easier than one might think to become an obnoxious ... person. You have to stay vigilant on that."
The second season of “Girls” is scheduled to premiere in January on HBO.