It was a big night for "Girls" creator and star Lena Dunham at the Golden Globe Awards. She took home two major trophies and looked uh-mazing in a chocolate brown off-the-shoulder gown designed by "The Face" friend/guest star and designer Zac Posen. Let's take full-length look at that dress and read the full list of winners here.
Now, we know from his handiwork in designing those spectacular gowns for Naomi Campbell, Karolina Kurkova and Coco Rocha in "The Face" finale, Zac Posen masters the art and how to flatter a woman's figure and attention to dramatic detail. Although, her anatomy was slightly rebelling against the custom creation.
"For some reason, my breasts have a tendency to sort of shove my dress to the right and I have to fight it back to the left," she explained to Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet (via US Magazine). "I have a set of strict instructions and I'm sticking to them."
Well, we couldn't tell at all. Check out the pleated paneling at the waist and the bodice detailing. Of course, the gown is perfectly accessorized by a big smile, a killer arm tat and a Golden Globe award.
Want a refresher on the Posen gowns you'll see in "The Face" finale? Here you go:
[Lena Dunham Photo Credit: Andrew Evans/PR Photos; The Face Photo Credit: Walter Sassard for Oxygen Media]