Actress Lena Dunham has partnered with 11 Honoré for a new line of plus-sized designer clothing.
In a glowing New York Times article published Monday, Girls actress, left-wing activist, and aspiring Hunter Biden admirer Lena Dunham announced a collaboration with plus-sized designer clothing retailer 11 Honoré. In a Zoom interview with the Times‘ Vanessa Friedman, Dunham said the five-item collection is part of a recent decision to “[give up] on the idea of being any type of impresario or person who had something to say to everyone.”
“Right now the only thing I’m doing is speaking about my own experience,” she told Friedman. “So this clothing line is a direct response to my experience.” Dunham is currently shooting a film in London, and also working on another called “Sharp Stick,” which Dunham described as “a meditation on the complexity of, uh, female sexual desire and how it intersects with trauma.”