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Lena Dunham has stepped away from the screen and embraced a new venture: a clothing line. Drawing on inspiration from New York City's artistic women who embrace "masculine suiting" with "feminine shapes," the starlet teamed up with 11 Honoré for a five-piece size-inclusive collection.
In a lengthy Instagram post, she detailed the expectations for the line and how she wants customers to feel in her new garments. (She also encourages shoppers to share their looks on social media with the hashtag #11HxLD.)
"I don't want any plus woman to wonder if she'll fit into these clothes," Lena wrote. "I know that I, for one, never want to pray as I pull up a pair of jeans again—what a useless thing to pray about."
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The stylish, body-positive line includes a skirt, shirt, blazer, dress, and tank top ranging from sizes 12 to 26. You'll catch chic, calm tones that totally scream New York City. (Not to mention that Madderlake Dress is the perfect first-date look—or any spring look, truthfully!) But beware: much like NYC styles, the price tags are a bit steep.
Regardless of size, shape, or style, a woman has the opportunity to express herself and everything she loves with her outfits—think of clothes as a canvas! If you're looking to spice up your wardrobe for the impending warm weather, we're happy to help: we've uncovered the best spring dresses, best bathing suits, and the best mom jeans that will totally make your looks pop! (No need to thank us.)
And—since we truly can't resist—be sure to also take a peek at Sephora's spring sale for the best beauty buys out there. If you ask us, we say you deserve a little retail therapy.
Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, where she particularly enjoys covering lifestyle and entertainment news. She was previously the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. When she's not working, you can find her reading a good book and enjoying a cup of coffee. Follow her @dvwrites.
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