Lena Dunham, Girls’ creator and star, and author of the book that really answered a lot of your questions about life Not That Kind of Girl, is the kind of friend that you want to have in your corner. Her latest project sees her direct a really cute, empowering fashion film forÂ her boyfriend’s sister, fashion designer Rachel Antonoff.
Antonoff, creator of sweet and playful pieces, has collaborated with the Swedish big sister label to H&M, & Other Stories on a capsule collection.
The collection won’t hit stores until May 12Â (and won’t hit Australia and New Zealand until & Other Stories hurries up and arrives on our shores) but we got a sneak peek at the collection (prints! playsuits! blouses!) in Dunham’s film.
Starring actress Zoe Kazan, the short film, VoteÂ Audrey, is about a young woman who is campaigning to become president (in super cute outfits) and it details the push back she gets from society in doing so.
For Antonoff, the film is all about challenging stereotypes about women – in a simple, but powerful (and confetti filled) way.
Antonoff told The Telegraph,
“This video sends a simple but important message: Never underestimate anyone based on their gender, race or sexuality. Women’s empowerment goes hand in hand with people’s empowerment.”
It’s the perfect project for Dunham who has never shied away from feminism, or her love of fashion. And yes, of course, you can have both.