Sarah Jessica Parker Is Designing Little Black Dresses

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Carrie Bradshaw would be so proud.

Sarah Jessica Parker is taking the LBD for a spin.

The actress, who continues to channel Carrie Bradshaw's fearless take on fashion, announced Tuesday evening that she's launching a line of little black dresses.

"Well folks, I've teased you long enough. It's time for the big reveal. Introducing: the SJP LBD," Parker captioned on Instagram." A new collection of Little Black Dresses designed by me, all made proudly in the USA."


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The 51-year-old star's LBD collection will be sold at Bloomingdale's, along with her range of SJP shoes and handbags. The first silhouette launches in October, followed by more styles, including the one she's seen twirling in in her Instagram video — a long-sleeve, tea-length number. Prices for the range have yet to be revealed.

Parker most recently launched her second fragrance, Stash SJP, which she described as "Lovely's naughty, subversive sibling." (Lovely was the first eau de parfum launched by Parker, in partnership with Coty Inc., in 2005.)

In addition to growing her fashion and beauty portfolio, the actress is also readying for her return to the small screen in HBO's Divorce, premiering Oct. 9. Her last major TV role was for Sex and the City, which wrapped in 2004.

"It's like a muscle that slightly atrophies. You just have to slightly remind it of the routine," said Parker of getting back into the swing of things during the Television Critics Association's summer press tour. "But it all just reminded me of how much I love television."