Lena Dunham launches plus size clothing line


Lena Dunham launched her next clothing collaboration with size 11 inclusive shopping site Honoré in an interview with The New York Times Monday. The 34-year-old actor, author, director and producer will release a “tightly fitted collection” of five pieces including a scalloped miniskirt suit, which she modeled for the occasion. The items – labeled “11 Honoré x Lena Dunham” – come in sizes 12 to 26 and cost between $98 and $298.

Despite her new title as a plus-size designer, Dunham said she has “complicated” feelings surrounding the “body positive movement.”

As she said, “It can be for the select few who have bodies that look like what people want to feel positive about. We want curvy bodies that look like Kim Kardashian has been slightly enlarged. We want beautiful big buttocks and nice big breasts and no cellulite and faces like you could slap them on thin women She added that she doesn’t wear Spanx and doesn’t design clothes that will have to be worn with women’s clothes. form.

“I totally let go of the idea of ​​being any type of impresario or person who had something to say to everyone…Right now the only thing I do is talk about my own experience,” Dunham told the Times. “So this clothing line is a direct response to my experience.”

One last thing: Dunham told the Times that Glenn Close once cut her out of a corset she wore to an industry event: “[Close] had a little butterfly chisel like a fucking angel.

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