Lena Dunham is at it again. The writer/actress that created Girls is in talks to write another comedy for HBO.
Deadline reported that Dunham, along with her Girls executive producer Jenni Konner, are collaborating to write a TV adaptation of All Dressed Up and Everywhere To Go, the soon-to-be-released memoir by Betty Halbreich.
Halbreich’s memoir will recount her experiences as a Bergdorf Goodman personal shopper and decades of working with some of the most prestigious New Yorkers.
According to the report, Halbreich has been used for film and TV inspiration multiple times in the past including helping design the legendary styles of the women in Sex and the City and advising on New York trends for some of the early Woody Allen films.