Watch the trailer for Lena Dunham’s new doc on LGBT fashion

Suited, which premieres next month, explores the sartorial struggles of transgender men

Despite the news that Girls’ upcoming sixth season will (officially) be its last, Lena Dunham is showing no signs of slowing. This year alone, the creative polymath has published her teenage diaries, announced plans to open her own feminist publishing house, and begun directing an as-yet-untitled 1960s drama for HBO.

If that wasn’t enough, Dunham has also stealthily turned her hand to producing. In a new collaboration with Jenni Konner, the actor and writer has unveiled a new, fashion-focused documentary film – titled Suited – which follows the sartorial struggles of transgender men.

The HBO film, which will premiere next month, centres on the clientele of tailoring company Bindle & Keep. “For a lot of people with all kinds of bodies and identities, clothes can make or break every day of their life,” one tailor explains in the trailer. “No one contacts us and says, ‘I want a fitting’. They usually say, ‘This is my story.’”

The film was directed by Jason Benjamin, and got its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January. It will air on HBO on June 20.