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Having endured endless complaints about their fascination with the frivolous lives of privileged women in New York City, Girls co-showrunners Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner are developing another HBO comedy about a personal shopper to Manhattan’s elite, so everyone can see what privilege really is. Deadline reports that Dunham and Konner have sold the network on a series based on All Dressed Up And Everywhere To Go, the memoir by saucy personal shopper and celebrity confidante Betty Halbreich, who’s dressed everyone from Meryl Streep to Sarah Jessica Parker to Katie Couric over nearly four decades in the buying-stuff-and-saying-sassy-things »

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