Lena Dunham's last major cover -- a '60s-inspired portrait on Vogue's February issue -- got a lot of attention, both positive and negative. Luckily, it looks like a little bullying from Jezebel didn't leave the "Girls" star with a bad taste in her mouth about the glossy world of fashion magazines, and Dunham's latest cover for Glamour's April issue was released this morning.
Dunham, who wears a Rag & Bone dress (paired with a perfect cat eye) on the main cover, was actually honored with three covers for this issue: In the second (seen above), she looks elegant in an orange Narciso Rodriguez dress and a single pearl earring by Delfina Delettrez, and in the third, she poses playfully in a red, bejeweled Prada dress from the label's spring 2014 collection (at right).
Inside her editorial, Dunham reprises the retro, mod style that she's been so fond of lately, wearing pieces by Miu Miu, Céline and Dolce & Gabbana. She's also noticeably grown out her hair into what she's calling her "fifth grade school girl look," and told the magazine that having short hair has been delightful. On the rest of her beauty routine, she said, "I feel prettier with a naked face and chapstick. But a good haircut makes a huge difference."
See the full shoot at Glamour.com, or pick up the issue when it hits newsstands on Mar. 18.