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  1. Lena Dunham Rejects Industry Sexism and Takes on Vogue

    No doubt to the fury of her fans, Lena Dunham is fronting the February issue of Vogue — not as a fashion icon but as an inspiring comedian and a Girl. Known for being candid about her body type and for criticizing the idea that women should look like catwalk queens — who are so very Vogue — Dunham pokes fun at what she normally derides. It’s an interesting start to the year for the fashion magazine, with many hoping the move will help transform people’s too-perfect images of beauty. Imagine what March could bring.

    Sources: NYMag, Vogue

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