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Lena Dunham's Newsletter Now Has an Online Store

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Lena Dunham's newsletter has gotten off to quite the start. Since debuting in late September, Lenny Letter has scored interviews with 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and feminist icon Gloria Steinem. Now, Lenny has started an online store to go along with its newsletter.

The items currently available on the store include a set of patches that say things like "Dismantle the Patriarchy," incense holders shaped like naked women, banners that read "Feminist", Lenny-branded T-shirts, and a set of nail wraps that feature abstract drawings of boobs, butts, and vaginas. Dunham posted a picture of the last on Instagram with the hashtag #feministproducts.

Noticeably almost everything, but for the tees, on Lenny's new online store is a collab with another brand. Lenny worked with Rosehound Apparel on the patches, Funcult on the banners, and Kaye Blegvad on the incense holders. There's also a collab with the brand Rad Nails founded by Chrissy Mahlmeister, an editor at BuzzFeed (where Dunham has a podcast).

You can shop the goods — prices range from $12 for the nail wrap to $75 for the incense holder — at Lenny's website now.

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