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The CW has released a few more promotional photos from The Carrie Diaries now that it has been officially picked up. And it looks like costume designe
Prepare yourselves: the world might soon know what Carrie Bradshaw looked like in the '80s. After years of speculation on whether or not a Sex and the City prequel would come to be, the balls are finally rolling. The CW, home to shows like Gossip Girl and Hart of Dixie, has officially ordered a pilot for The Carrie Diaries, based on the novel by Candace Bushnell.
Well, this is about five years late: The CW is finally cashing in on Gossip Girl's fashion cred with a clothing line inspired by the show, produced in partnership with LA-based contemporary label Romeo & Juliet Couture, WWD, is reporting. The collection will include embellished tops, bottoms, novelty sweaters, outerwear and draped chiffon dresses with touches of leather, pleats and prints--all of it inspired by one of the characters on the salacious show. So we're guessing there'll be a lot of bows (Blair), plunging necklines (Serena) and "funky" colorful separates (Vanessa). Let's just hope they don't take inspiration form Taylor Momsen's written-off character Jenny, who was a fan of sporting pink tutus from time to time. The line will retail for $80-$200 and will be sold in stores like Kitson, Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue for fall, which is actually kind of high-end for a line inspired by a teens' show (and past it's prime, no less).