12:12 AM EDT 12/22/2014
Originally posted 09/30/2013 04:30PM
If this isn't love, we don't know what is.
On Monday, Girls star and creator Lena Dunham shared an email she wrote to her boyfriend of one year, Jack Antonoff, as part of artist Miranda July's "We Think Alone" project.
The email is addressed to "Dearest Baby" and was written in October 2012, while the writer/director/producer/actress, 27, was on a trip to India.
Originally posted 04/17/2013 07:30PM
It's not a scene out of Girls, but it could be.
In Stone Fox Bride's spring lookbook, Jemima Kirke – who plays Jessa, an English-born bohemian on the HBO series – models the bridal boutique's offerings while locking lips with jewelry designer Pamela Love.
Aside from playing a same-sex bride, Kirke, 27, also poses in another look from the spring 2013 collection – a see-through, floor-length lace dress called "The Jemima," with nothing underneath.
Originally posted 01/20/2013 11:15AM
Allison Williams wouldn't masturbate in a public restroom. But that's not the only difference between her and Marnie Michaels, the character she plays on HBO's hit comedy Girls.
"There were moments reading the script that I thought, 'WOW, okay!' " the actress, 24, tells Company magazine's February issue and digital edition. "It's the most private thing anyone can do, but being an actress can make you feel vulnerable."
She adds: "My grandparents watch the show. I don't know why I was so concerned, though. They have been alive for virtually 90 years, so who am I to presume that sex never existed before me?"
Originally posted 04/15/2012 11:35AM
It's drawn early comparisons to another HBO show – Sex and the City – but the major thing Lena Dunham's dark comedy, Girls, has in common with the show is, well, the sex.
Just don't expect to find any romantic love scenes or glitzy shopping montages.
For this group of young New York women, it's all about uncomfortable sexual positions, "like legs behind the head kind of action," Dunham, who wrote, directed and stars in the series, told PEOPLE at its premiere at the School of Visual Arts Theatre.
Joked Dunham, 25: "I was sore the next day in a different place than you're usually sore after sex."
Originally posted 04/05/2012 12:00PM
The stars headed up to the Top of the Standard to celebrate the upcoming premiere of Girls, HBO's racy new comedy about four twentysomething women finding their way in New York City. And it was a glamorous cocktail party that was a far cry from the sometimes challenging Brooklyn living depicted on the witty new show.
With plates of charcuterie and cheese on reserved tables, guests such as Claire Danes, Chloe Sevigny, Gabourey Sidibe, former Real Housewives of N.Y.C. star Kelly Bensimon and the show's producer Judd Apatow fanned out around the circular room, mingling in the intimate space and taking in the panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline.
Danes shared a moment with the show's stars Jemima Kirke and Zosia Mamet while Lena Dunham, the new show's writer, director and lead actress, hung out at her private table, chatting with Apatow and greeting well-wishers such as John Cameron Mitchell with a friendly handshake. At one point, Dunham headed to Le Bain, just across the hall from the main party space, where she chatted with Boardwalk Empire's Steve Buscemi, who was enjoying a plate of food from the nearby buffet.
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