Pants? No Pants? Lena Dunham's already proving you don't need to be a size four to get into some, err, risky trends. So, while she may not have been the obvious choice for the ASOS Magazine cover and new interactive app, ASOS Fashion Up — we're totally into the final product. Shocked? Don't be. Given her ability to evoke extreme emotions (like absolute exhaustion/frustration at being forced to go on a run with her boyfriend), it's only natural that she can bring it in this series of editorial photos, too. Sometimes coy, sometimes flirty, that wide-eyed thing definitely translates in print. But this girl's not resting on her laurels. She says, "…so many amazing things have happened in this past year. It was almost like amazing things overload.” Overload? We hope not, Lena. We're just getting started.
Click through for Lena's impressive turn as a model and weigh in: Might her Girls character have a fashion arc, too?
Photos: Courtesy of ASOS Magazine/ ASOS Fashion Up, photographed by Danielle Levitt.
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