Lena Dunham's First Fashion Cover, Miranda Kerr's Surprising New Shoot, and More!

Lena Dunham's First Fashion Cover, Miranda Kerr's Surprising New Shoot, and More!
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Lena Dunham can't be stopped. Not only has the writer, director, and actress triple-threat taken the comedy world by storm, but she's now making her way into the fashion realm as well. Dunham snagged her first fashion cover with the October issue of Marie Claire UK. This probably goes without saying, but be our BFF, Lena? [Marie Claire UK]

Miranda Kerr is really pushing the envelope for her latest fashion shoot, which appears in V Magazine. Not only does the Victoria's Secret Angel sport a platinum blonde wig, but she also channels Italian porn star Cicciolina. Although this look is quite an unexpected one for the model and mom, we can't say that we hate Kerr's lace dresses and hippie headbands. [HuffPo Style]

Cara Delevingne has already proved she can model, act, and sing, but it looks like her talents don't stop there. The 21 year old took to Instagram yesterday to announce that she will be lending her DJing skills to the video game Grand Theft Auto 5. (We'll give you a moment to re-read that.) But don't get too excited. We won't actually be seeing a digital Delevingne. She'll just be curating a radio station within the game. But still, is there anything this woman can't do? [E! News]

ICYMI, "Jort" is now a word officially recognized by the Oxford English Dictionary. Other fashion and terms recently added to the online database include: double-denim, flatform, geek chic, the highlighting method of balayage, and the pixie cut. Unfortunately, "twerk," "srsly" and "selfie," were also added. Looks like we're stuck with twerking for good now. [Racked]

Planning on wearing heels this weekend? You may want to reconsider. A British study used 3D-scanning technology to confirm what we all feared: heels are really bad for your feet. The scan showed that wearing heels puts pressure on certain bones in your toes and causes them to curl over, which can eventually lead to fixed clawing and intense pain in the feet. Granted this is for heavy heel-wearers, but still, those flats are looking pretty good right about now, huh? [Styleite]
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