Lena Dunham Celebrates Her Bikini Body In New Swimsuit Photos

Lena Dunham is living her best bikini life.

The 36-year-old creator of “Girls” gave her Instagram followers a glimpse of her colorful swimsuit collection on Instagram Wednesday, posing in a range of bikinis (plus a classic swimsuit) from Hollywood-loved label Hunza G.

“One Piece Two Piece Red Piece Blue Piece,” Dunham captioned the playful photos, showing the brand’s black “Pamela” suit ($215), lime green “Juno” bikini ($215), lavender “Jean” bikini ($177) models and orange “Gigi” bikini ($215).

Famous for its signature crinkle-stretch fabric, the sustainable company makes its swimsuits in just one size that promises to fit sizes 6 to 16 in the UK (or sizes 4 to 14 in the US).

Other famous fans of the London label include Chrissy Teigen, Rita Ora, Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian.

lena dunham in black one piece
The author of “Not That Kind of Girl” has been open about dealing with bodyshamers online.

While Dunham had little comment on her post, Sam Smith described the photos as “simply stunning,” with one fan exclaiming, “Now I want to wear a bikini!”

Another wrote: “I wish I had your confidence”, calling Dunham a “role model” explaining: “I look at you and think it’s beautiful! But then I look at myself and can’t help but hide everything .”

lena dunham one size fits all bikini
The bikinis from the London swimwear brand Hunza G come in just one stretchy size.

However, the director of “Sharp Stick” has been open about her own insecurities about body image.

In September, she posed on social media in a hunter green two-piece, quoting the late Nora Ephron in her caption: “Oh, I’m so sorry I didn’t wear a bikini all year when I was twenty-six. If someone young is reading this, put on a bikini right away and don’t take it off until you’re thirty-four.”

Lena Dunham in a swimsuit
Lena Dunham also modeled a lavender bandeau bikini.

Dunham’s has also faced a host of body-shameful comments online, most recently after sharing photos of her wedding to Luis Felber in September.

Tackled the “gnarled st” sent to her, she wrote on Instagram at the time, “When will we learn to stop equating thinness with health/happiness? Sure, weight loss can result from a positive change in habits, But guess what? So can weight gain.”

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