We are not fond of jumpsuits. We've been less than impressed with Lena Dunham's uneven relationship with a red carpet. And, yet, we just can't get mad at Dunham's choice for the premiere of the second season of Girls: A strapless Valentino in pantaloon form.
Granted, the fit could be better, and we're sticklers for fit. Maybe it could use a belt. But, really, we've seen so much worse that maybe Dunham has just Stockholm Syndrome'd us into an uncriticizing, jelly-like mass.
As for her co-stars, we have nary a single quibble with Allison Williams's siren-like Altuzarra or Zosia Mamet's bold Moschino.
You go, Girls!