Film Followup: Lulu D on Ludlow Premieres in “How to Make it in America”

Posted on: October 4th, 2011 at 6:28 am by

Sunday evening, the faux boutique Lulu D at 164 Ludlow Street received generous screen time during the HBO premiere of How to Make it in America.  You may recall that last spring, the storefront was equipped with cream-colored awning, and stocked with all the fashionista accoutrements needed for a typical upscale threads shop.

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In the virtual realm, we learn that Lulu D is just that. An exclusive boutique catering to the upper crust which doesn’t have much space for an upstart fashion brand.

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As expected, there’s plenty of nabe-dropping throughout.  But we must say that thus far, street corners and addresses mentioned by the cast members are accurate.

What did you think of the premiere? And of the whole show in general?

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