Lena Dunham is selling the dress she says she cried in on election night previous year, when President Trump defeated Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonGOP senator: Trump Jr. should be interviewed by Senate Intel panel Dem seeks to block funding for cyber effort with Russia The Hill's 12:30 Report MORE.
Online luxury consignment store the RealReal is selling Dunham's "Zenzo ruffle-accented printed dress" for $125.00.
As one of the many entertainers who attended Clinton's election night party in New York City Nov. 8, Dunham said she cried after President Donald Trump's victory.
Dunham also added in an Instagram post marking the start of the charity sale, "I've been lucky enough to own some truly special (often custom) pieces from innovative designers and selling items that have been worn down Brooklyn streets, on the set of GIRLS and at awards shows and book signings".
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Most of the items sold within the first two hours and at the time of this article, there are only five pieces left - two Zac Posen gowns, one Erdem dress, one Simone Rocha dress and the Elizabeth Kennedy gown.
"I realized I had been carrying around a lot of crap, both internally and externally". The dress comes with a personal note from the "Girls" creator and 70 percent of the proceeds from the sale will go to Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the Hill reported. "I have to take all this good fashion fortune I've had and spread it". It's a very, very challenging moment to be a woman in America. She was among the crowd of Clinton supporters at the Javits Center in NY on election night, and posted a snapshot on Instagram of herself in the dress posing with Lady Gaga as results came in.
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"And I bless them, too", she said.