Girls star, Lena Dunham, graces the cover of Vogue this February. While the actress has great talent in her field, posing for a magazine cover, on the other hand, apparently was a struggle for her. Enter, Hamish Bowles. Lena sought the help of the Vogue editor-at-large to teach her how to pose. Hamish used the different styles of industry greats like Kate Moss, Cindy Crawford, and Twiggy as pegs; and later on picked up Twiggy's wide-eyed expression for her cover pose.
A few days ago, news of feminist website Jezebel revealing the pre-Photoshopped images taken of Lena by Annie Leibovitz surfaced. The website allegedly offered a $10,000 reward for the raw images. The cover girl thinks the fuss over this controversy is "ridiculous."