Before we forget bold photo shoot 32-year-old Lena Dunham in a bathing suit with leopard print as it reminded us of itself again. In his Instagram a big fan of bodypositive published an angry post, which talked about cooperation with the brand Revolve.
For several months I worked to create a collection of sweatshirts that could be worn by women ever victims of abuzerov. I spent on this work a lot of time and effort and really wanted to do things that will help girls feel more confident. However, at the time I didn’t know Revolve decides to remove the sweat is thin white models. The representatives of the brand has not seen fit to consult me or other celebrities, relevant to this collaboration,
— protested Lena.
Sweatshirt created by Lena Dunham
Quote on the hoodie, which can be translated as “Completeness, it is not beauty, but only an excuse”, is clearly addressed full girls. Dunham chose this phrase because it is often hear women who are bodyshaping. Its meaning varies when these switchoff pose skinny models (see, you hear this quote, in this case mocking).
The actress has admitted that they are deeply disappointed with the work with the brand Revolve. In her opinion, the model selected to represent this collection does not fully reflect the sense that Dunham put in her design.
My only goal on this planet is to do everything possible to expand women’s opportunities in the world through art and dialogue. It is unfortunate that in this time, my promises were not fulfilled. I’m willing to make a donation to every woman who was deceived and wronged me, and I hope that the brand Revolve will join this initiative
Opinion the star of the series “Girls” (Girls) supported the 33-year-old plus-size model Tess Holliday. In her Twitter she posted a photo of the model in sweatshirt, designed by Dunham.
Very funny! Revolve that mess!
— she signed the.
The representatives of the brand Revolve already reacted to the statement by Dunham. They apologized and agreed to donate 20 thousand dollars of the nonprofit organization Girls Write Now, providing psychological support for girls at-risk from public schools in new York.