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"Warning: I'm pretty focused on my outfits."
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"I've been surprised at times by how scandalized people have been."
Because how else should you celebrate being free?
New year, new makeover! Lena Dunham covers Elle magazine's annual Women In TV issue rocking a cool edgy look that channels vintage Debbie Harry. For the cover photo, the "Girls" star/creator sports a...
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We're seriously crushing hard on Lena Dunham right now. Not only is her book "Not That Kind of Girl" one of the best reads of the year but girl is killin' it in the style department. To wit: on Wednes...
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Lena Dunham just upped her style game in a major way! The 28-year-old showed off a new platinum 'do via Instagram over the weekend, and as many have noticed, the actress and director seems to be chan...
Not only is Lena Dunham pals with Kimye champion Anna Wintour, but she's also besties with fashion designer Marc Jacobs, hence, her glamorous turn on the red carpet on Monday. The "Girls" star/creator...
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You won't be reading any complaints from us about Lena Dunham's new Glamour cover! After causing a bit of controversy with her much-heralded Vogue cover, the "Girls" star looks gorgeous on Glamour's A...
"Girls" creator Lena Dunham returned to SXSW in Austin, Texas a few years after winning the interactive, film and music festival's narrative film prize in 2011 for her debut "Tiny Furniture," with a c...
We would have thought that Lena Dunham was more of a pink undies type of gal but we were wrong! The "Girls" star/creator shared intimate Instagram photos of herself this week posing in leopard-print u...
Girls, which just began its third season, is often criticized for indulging privileged people's problems. But the show actually critiques first-world entitlement. Girls creator Lena Dunham doesn't endorse her characters' behaviour or ask us to feel sympathy for them; she wants their personalities to expose our own weaknesses.
When Lena Dunham's Vogue cover was released on Wednesday, I couldn't hide my disappointment. There was Lena, looking beautiful but we didn't get to see if she was wearing pants or a skirt or maybe even shorts --- or nothing at all! -- because the editors decided to use a close-up shot of the Girls actress. My problem with Lena's Vogue cover, Mindy's Elle cover and all the others is this: Continually refusing to show an average woman's body on the cover of fashion magazines sets a dangerous precedent for future covers. It gives off a mixed message: Yes, we want cool, smart, funny gals on our covers but their bodies aren't good enough to show off.