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Must Read: Lena Dunham Brings the Dance Moves for 'Girls' Season 5 Teaser, Vinaya Raises $3 Million

And Karl Lagerfeld is set to appear in Kim Kardashian's mobile game.
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These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Monday.

"Girls" releases season 5 teaser
If the clip above is any indication, "Girls" season 5 might turn out to be the best (and funniest) season yet. Watch as Lena Dunham gives it her all in what seems to be a dance aerobics class for middle-aged women. {YouTube}

Karl Lagerfeld joins "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood"
Karl Lagerfeld is getting in on Kim Kardashian's wildly successful "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood" game, agreeing to appear as a character starting Tuesday. The game will also feature a Karl Lagerfeld boutique stocked with ready-to-wear, bags and shoes that users can shop. We assume it's only be a matter of time before Choupette Lagerfeld joins as well, adding to her millions in the bank. {WWD}

Vinaya, previously Kovert Designs, raises $3 million
London-based start-up Vinaya, formerly called Kovert Designs, has raised $3 million in a seed round of funding from an impressive group of investors, including early Net-a-Porter investor Carmen Busquets, Playfair Capital, Local Globe, attorney Ken Hertz and Decoded Fashion's Liz Bacelar. Vinaya, which describes itself as "a research and design house creating lifestyle-enhancing technology products," has just launched its first product, Altrius, a collection of Bluetooth-enabled rings, bracelets and jewelry. Paired with the Altrius iOS app, the collection allows users to prioritize e-mails, messages and calls. {WWD, Fashionista Inbox}

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See inside the apartment that inspired Yeezy Season 2
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Bette Midler hosts 20th annual Hulaween party
Thought your Halloween party was fun? Think again. Bette Middler hosted her 20th annual "Hulaween" party — themed "Hell Night on Hulaween Island: A Night to Dismember" — at the Waldorf Astoria on Friday, drawing guests Michael Kors, Jane Krakowski and Devon Windsor. {Vogue}

Homepage photo: Screengrab from "Girls" season 5 teaser