Lena Dunham would have liked to be a fashion designer. The Girls star and creator, who poses for her first ever American Vogue cover Magazine has revealed an article from 1998. One of her childhood dreams was just to be a fashion designer. The Magazine has been photographed by Annie Leibovitz, with the interview surprisingly revealing that Dunham starred in a for the magazine about ”a New York pack of fashion-conscious kids” when she was just eleven years old.
The precocious star said in the 1998 article:
”I tend not to go for trends. You can only wear them for two weeks… I really like Jil Sander, but it’s so expensive. I find Calvin Klein really hard to respect because he’s everywhere. I view him as a clothesmonger. But [my allowance of] five dollars a week isn’t really enough. I’m just looking.”
Lena also showed off a dress she had made herself, commenting: ”I tried to model this after Helmut Lang.’