On Sunday evening Lena Dunham made her red carpet debut with her new boyfriend Luis Felber and the two looked very much in love.
The 35-year-old Girls creator stepped out with the musician — known professionally as Attawalpa, 35, — at a special screening of Zola at the Sundance Film Festival in London.
The pair who engaged in some sweet PDA, began dating just a few months back and she made things Instagram official on his birthday in June.
Loved up: The Girls creator made her red carpet debut with the British born musician at a special screening of Zola at Sundance Film Festival London on Sunday eveningInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
For the event Lena donned a black silk dress with a high neck that was lined with dangling beads.
She carried a silk purple bag and wore dazzling silver heels as she cozied up to her man.
Her makeup was natural with the exception of a coral lip and her hair was tied back in an updo with decorative barrettes on the side.
The Peruvian British musician affectionately kissed her on the head and cheek in a few snaps while wearing a black suit with a rainbow striped shirt and slipper inspired sneakers.
Look of love: Lena beamed at her boyfriend of a few months as they posed for photos ahead of the screening
Tender kisses: The musician known professionally as Attawalpa kissed his girlfriend on the cheek and head
The director-producer grinned big as she threw her arm around his waist, not shy about airing their love to the world.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
On June 9, Lena penned an affectionate tribute to her boyfriend on his birthday with an Instagram series.
'When I was 3 weeks old in downtown Manhattan, I had no idea a baby was being born in England (Winchester, no less!) who would rocket into my life- wearing a lime green polar fleece snood- and challenge so many of my beliefs about myself and the world with magical abandon.
'Everyone who comes into contact with you- creatively, emotionally, accidentally- is lucky. But I am the luckiest, because that snood is now in our shared chest of drawers. “The warmth