Lena Dunham makes cover of Vogue, wears Erdem to ‘Girls’ premiere

Lena Dunham, Zosia Mamet, Allison Williams, Jenni Konner,
From left, actresses Jenni Konner, Zosia Mamet, Lena Dunham and Allison Williams at the British premiere of the third season of “Girls” in London.
(Joel Ryan / Invision/Associated Press)

Lena Dunham of “Girls” is known for a certain scruffy edge, but she’s got style cred now, appearing for the first time on the cover of February’s Vogue, which deems her “the new queen of comedy.” (Oh, and she also wore a white lace frock from Erdem’s pre-fall 2014 collection on Wednesday to the British premiere of “Girls’” third season).

First lady Michelle Obama, who turns 50 on Friday, tells People she thinks that at this age she may cut back a bit on cardio and add yoga to her exercise routine for flexibility and balance. [People]

Supermodel Kate Moss is celebrating her 40th birthday this week (Thursday) on Richard Branson’s Caribbean island. [Mail]

Sarah Jessica Parker has signed on to curate for new jewelry website WeTheAdorned. [Racked]


Citibank says it will issue new debit cards to all customers whose information was compromised in the massive security breach at Target. [New York Times]

Tom Ford sent Hayden Panettiere a dozen white roses to thank her for buying one of his dresses to wear to the Golden Globes — a shocking departure from the norm in which celebrities borrow their red carpet gowns from designers. [Cut]


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