All that glitters is Lena Dunham! The 'Girls' actress sparkled in a floor-length, form-fitting bronze Marc Jacobs dress when she accepted the Point Foundation's Horizon Award for her work in the LGBTQ community last night, April 7. Dunham absolutely glowed in gold at the event, which was held at New York's Public Library on Fifth Avenue.

Dunham's sequined frock did more than just accentuate her curves -- the low-cut, V-neckline also flaunted a little bit of skin and showed off two of the actress' favorite assets: her boobs.

"And thank you @marcjacobsintl for giving me boob I could use," she captioned a cleavage-filled Instagram pic she posted from inside the event. (Check out the photo above.)

But her dress was not the only fashion choice that Dunham loved -- she was also pretty enamored with her Charlotte Olympia custom-designed 'Girls' clutch.

"My first excuse to carry my @charlotte_olympia clutch in public!" she wrote of the below photo of the 'Girls'-emblazoned handbag. "To the very inspiring @pointfoundation honors. I save my sequins for when I know the gay boys will be out #traffickinginstereotypes."

Check out the full-length shot of Dunham's dress below, which she paired with her chopped, loose waves, forest-green nails and an eclectic mix of gold rings. But Dunham's best accessories? Her trademark sense of humor, and, of course, the inspirational award that she took home.

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