Lena Dunham’s new fashion collaboration, designed to improve the availability of high fashion to plus-sized women, is facing a strong backlash from woke critics who claim the line, designed in partnership with the website 11 Honore, just isn’t inclusive enough.
Dunham’s “tightly edited” collaboration with the high fashion site, which features capsule collections of “expanded size range” clothing from designers like Diane Von Furstenburg, Christian Siriano, Mara Hoffman, and Dolce & Gabbana, features just five pieces to start, ranging in price from $98 to $298, though those five pieces are available in sizes 14-26.
11 Honore touted the line as a major fashion achievement.
“We took a lot of time perfecting the grade up to a size 26 which included multiple fittings on a range of women from size 12-26 with varying body shapes. Our ultimate goal is to dress as many women as possible and we are completely open to expanding past size 26 in the future!” the online fashion outlet