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And Now, A Lena Dunham-Directed Fashion Film

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If you ever wondered what a Lena Dunham directed fashion film would look like, wonder no longer: She created a four-minute long story called BFF for friend and designer Rachel Antonoff's fall 2013 collection. It's one part nature documentary studying the habits of besties, one part Wes Anderson film, all parts Dunham. Exhibits A through C: There's talk of anthropomorphizing bears, a dog with one ear up is reason to be sad, and Dunham's little sister pees in a New York City park. All the while the pair is sporting Antonoff's hipster chic designs, and Girls' Adam Driver narrates. Behold the product of Dunham's brain on fashion after the jump.

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