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A First Peek at the Fashion On Sarah Jessica Parker's New HBO Show, "Divorce"

We've collectively been thrilled about news that Sarah Jessica Parker is returning to TV ever since it was confirmed that her HBO show Divorce was actually, 100 percent happening. A picture of SJP filming the show in downtown Manhattan has just surfaced and already has us excited about the upcoming style we can expect to devour, covet, and draw inspiration from. It's only a single outfit, but even so — this is major when it comes to TV fashion.


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In the snap, Parker is wearing a long, powdery pink coat over a printed dress. And while New York is legitimately experiencing chilly fall weather, the addition of nubby gray tights and classic pumps has us hypothesizing that the show will start off being set in fall or winter. The print and colored topper reveal that SJP's character has to be somewhat into fashion, but she's not pushing any envelopes, Carrie Bradshaw-style. That shouldn't come as a surprise though, since the "Sex and the City" character was a 30-something-ish single gal and Parker's new character, Frances, is a middle-aged woman going through a divorce.

HBO execs announced the series was being written this summer and wouldn't premiere until the summer or fall of 2016. With that timeline in mind, it makes sense that taping would just be starting now.

Discover Parker's exclusive MAKERS story above.

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