Lena Dunham loses her trousers for Terry Richardson and V magazine
It seems the trouser-less trend (thanks Gaga... erm not!) is here to stay with Lena Dunham losing her bottoms for the latest issue of V magazine. The star of HBO's hit show, Girls, has been photographed by Terry Richardson sans bottoms for the glossy publication.
For the shoot she dons a black Calvin Klein bodysuit, a pair of black Manolo Blahnik heels and little else. Inside the mag she models pieces including a velvet Prada jacket and a red Michael Kors coat worn over the designer bodysuit.
This isn't the first time we've seen Lena go trouser-less in public. The 26-year-old appeared at an event back in October wearing nothing more than a turquoise shirt and a pair of little shorts which caused quite a stir. This prompted the Girls creator to respond by saying: "Last week I wore something to an event ... a big top and little shorts, and a bunch of [blog posts] came out that I had been out without pants. I actually saw it ... 'Love it or hate it: The no pants look.' My mom ... thought it was so funny. My boyfriend was like, 'People seem to be worked up about you going out without pants.' But I didn't go out without pants! I had shorts on. If Olivia Wilde had gone to a party in ... little shorts, she might have been on a 'weird dressed list' or been told her outfit was cute. I don't think a girl with tiny thighs would have received such no-pants attention. I think what it really was ... 'Why did you all make us look at your thighs?' My response is, get used to it because I am going to live to be 100, and I am going to show my thighs every day till I die."
Yay for Lena!
Meanwhile inside V magazine, she discusses further how she is perceived in Hollywood, being a Taylor Swift fan and eating cake...
On receiving free clothes that actually fit her:"I cannot get over it. And they actually send them in my size. No one's being an asshole and sending them to me in a 4. They're sending me clothes, they fit, and what people should know is that I always wear them. Somehow even if I wouldn't have bought it, the fact that it was free and my grandma's depression-era mentality make me think it is the most beautiful thing I ever owned, and I wear it for several days straight."
On copping flack for being a Taylor Swift fan:
"I sent her a message. I was like, 'I just want to let you know that your albums have gotten me through a lot of very hard times.' When I tweeted that her new album was amazing, every one of my Twitter followers was like, 'I so hope that you're joking.' But I have no interest in liking anything ironically. If I wanted to be ironic, I'd grow a moustache."On eating cake and being the envy of others at the Emmys:
"Meeting actresses who such a big part of their job is about what they look like, I feel so lucky to be freed from that prison. I ate cake for breakfast on the day of the Emmys, I ate cake for dinner, my workout didn't require Spanx, and I still feel like I looked better than people expected me to. It was amazing. I could feel the envy of every woman in the Sunset Tower."