Lena Dunham has reportedly landed the cover of US Vogue’s February issue.
The New York Post’s Page Six has reported the fashion coup, claiming the magazine is devoted to hit show Girls.
Girls creator and star Lena,27, has been making waves in the fashion industry and has become the unlikely style icon for many women.
Her quirky look hasn’t gone unnoticed by Vogue editor Anna Wintour, who has reportedly been wooing Lena in the hope that the magazine can draw in a fresh new audience.
Lena has been busy promoting the third season of her award-winning show, with her new friend Anna turning up to Monday evening’s premiere to show her support.
“I hope I’ve always lived my life in a way that I’d be proud to share. We live in a culture that really comes down on people for inconsistencies, and everyone is waiting for the next news story. So you do have to be careful, but you also just kind of have to be impervious,” Lena told the New York Post’s Page Six.
Wearing a floor length glittering Rochas gown, Lena’s short hair was worn straight and the actress looked natural with her signature style for minimal make-up.
Anna looked very high fashion in a Prada fur coat that featured a large graphic of a woman’s face.
Reports have been circulating since October that Lena would me gracing Vogue’s cover, despite the fact she doesn’t fit into the typical mould that the magazine usually promotes.
“Anna is trying to seduce Lena into bringing her next-generation audience into the Vogue brand,” an insider told RadarOnline.
“And she’s willing to violate a lot of Vogue traditions to do it, including putting her on the cover even though she doesn’t really conform to the body type that Vogue has featured for most of its history.”
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