HBO can’t get enough of Lena Dunham, which is perfectly fine by us.
The actress and writer of HBO’s “Girls” is penning a new comedy for the network, according Deadline, with “Girls” executive producer Jenni Konner.
The show will be based on the memoir Betty Halbreich, “All Dressed Up and Everywhere to Go,” and will be about the life of a personal shopper who works at Bergdorf Goodman. HBO has already bought the rights to the book, which picks apart the lives of the rich and glamorous Manhattan residents.
Halbreich, 85, still works at Bergdorf, and has famously dressed celebs such as Meryl Streep, Katie Couric, and Sarah Jessica Parker. HBO has yet to officially confirm the show, but did confirm Dunham’s involvement in another network show.
Side note: Halbreich was profiled by The New Yorker this past November, if you want to read more about the Jewish veteran fashion therapist.