Oct 02, 2012 10:07AM

Lena Dunham x ASOS

The 'Girls' creator covers the new issue of ASOS' magazine.

Lena Dunham further solidifies her status as a superior human being by covering the new (November) issue of ASOS' magazine. She wears an array of fantastic things — from a cat-eared headband to a customised denim jacket, which spells out her name in spikes. In the accompanying interview, she is both humble (e.g. "I'm going to sound like such dipshitt when I say this, but so many amazing things have happened in the past year, it was almost like amazing things overload") and hilarious (e.g. referring to Gossip Girl and Sex And The City as 'vagina talk' TV). The shoot was photographed by Oyster contributor Danielle Levitt. Now to wait for Girls season two....

In the words of Hannah Horvath, "My shoes match my dress... Kind of!"

ASOS have also launched a new app, Fashion Up. It's a shoppable magazine that drops every Monday. Goodbye, savings, it's been real.

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