According to Lena Dunham, walking the runway during London Fashion Week was an ''adrenaline rush''.
Lena Dunham admits walking the runway during London Fashion Week was an ''adrenaline rush''.
The 33-year-old actress made her Fashion Week debut for 16Arlington, the London-based label founded by designers Marco Capaldo and Kikka Cavenati, and Lena has confessed to relishing the experience.
She shared: ''It's an adrenaline rush out there.
''I have to say, I think I was very coddled today - all of the girls were running and doing their quick changes, but people were there at every juncture telling me where to go, so I feel lucky about that.''
Then, in self-deprecating fashion, Lena added: ''It's hard for me to imagine that I'm going to get a ton of job offers off the back of it, but it was a delight.''
Lena also revealed that good fortune played a big part in her appearance at Fashion Week.
Speaking to Vogue, she explained: ''I was introduced to Marco and Kikka through my stylist, Chris Warren, when they did my dress for the 'Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood' premiere here in London.
''When they asked me to walk the runway for their first show, I was like, of course! I would do anything for you guys.''
Lena is a big fan of the 16Arlington brand, saying the designs made her feel like a ''hot Muppet''.
She said: ''It's my greatest joy to wear things that are a little bit funny.
''And what I love about Marco and Kikka is that they make something that fits your body beautifully, but also has a sense of humour.
''When I went to the 'Once Upon a Time' premiere, I was like, 'I look like a hot Muppet!'''
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