Donning a billowy flower-printed blouse, Robb's Carrie Bradshaw looks beaming as she walks around outside Century 21 in the Wall Street area and bumps into an equally fashionable friend.
More sneak peeks into "The Carrie Diaries" have been obtained in the form of new set photos. Taken during the filming of The CW's pilot on Sunday, March 25, the pictures show AnnaSophia Robb wearing a 1980s billowy blouse, a short skirt and stiletto heels to portray the young Carrie Bradshaw.
Still sporting the iconic curly locks, Robb's Carrie looked beaming and seemed to be in a rush as she's walking on the street outside Century 21 in the Wall Street area. At one point, she was seen bumping into a female friend, portrayed by Freema Agyeman, who was dressed in a canary yellow jacket and stark blue trousers. The two shared a hug and exchanged smiles.
Also on the same day, Robb was snapped on camera when making her way to the set in Manhattan, New York City. Not dressing as her alter ego, the "Soul Surfer" starlet let her wet hair unkempt while keeping herself warm with a black coat and a pair of ankle boots.
"The Carrie Diaries" is based on Candace Bushnell's novel of the same title. Serving as a prequel to "Sex and the City", it follows Carrie in her younger ages, when she asks her first questions about love, sex, friendship and family while exploring the worlds of high school and Manhattan.
Miguel Arteta directs the pilot, with Bushnell, Amy Harris, Josh Schwartz, Stephanie Savage and Len Goldstein executive producing it. Supporting the cast ensemble are Ellen Wong and Stefania Owen as Carrie's best friend Jill "The Mouse" Thompson and her 14-year-old sister Dorrit respectively.