New York Magazine's Allison P. Davis profiles the Girls star, noting that she was being treated for PTSD while Camping was in production, leaving Konner to take care of the HBO show. The Girls collaborators announced in July that they were splitting as producing partners. "The women had an intensely close friendship, which they often described in interviews as co-dependent," Davis writes. "Others told me Konner was like Dunham’s 'mom.' Her phone, Dunham jokes, is full of photos of herself and Konner still, as if they were married. The loafers she is wearing in Connecticut were a Christmas present from Konner. Last month, Lenny Letter announced it would cease publication. It was a portmanteau of their names (Jenni plus Lena), so it made sense that it couldn’t survive their split. The only times Dunham gets uncharacteristically tight-lipped are when I ask questions about Konner. When she starts her answers, they are usually hedged with “All I will say is” or “I don’t want to speak for Jenni.” It seems there was no explosive breaking point but rather a slow dissolution. People who are close to both of them say they are no longer friends."