Brandi Fowler
Dec 18, 2017 @ 5:15 pm

Christmas just came early for Devil Wears Prada fans.

Lovers of the book (and film) now have a glimpse at what author Lauren Weisberger’s next book is all about, after she shared an image of the cover of it on Instagram Monday.

So thrilled to share with you the cover of my next book, WHEN LIFE GIVES YOU LULULEMONS, out summer ‘18!,” she captioned the photo, which showed a woman rocking a red lip and a sun hat gazing over a white picket fence.

In When Life Gives You Lululemons, the focus shifts from Andrea Sachs (Anne Hathaway’s character in the film) to Miranda Priestly’s other ex-assistant, Emily Charlton, (Emily Blunt’s character), and we get to delve deeper into her storyline that takes place years into the future from where Devil Wears Prada left off.

Gone are the days of Emily doing all that she can to make it to the top at Runway Magazine. Now, she’s a high-profile celebrity image consultant, who must travel to the dreaded suburbs of Greenwich, Connecticut to land her dream client, A-Lister Karolina Hartwell, who is trying to get through a DUI scandal.

When Life Gives You Lululemons hits shelves June 5, 2018, but Entertainment Weekly gave fans a sneak peek at the book’s first chapter, and we can’t wait to see what else is in store.

The novel opens up with Emily spending New Year’s Eve in Los Angeles, which she refers to as “one of the most annoying nights of the year in arguably the most annoying city known to man.”

As she watches her husband Miles go for a swim at Gigi Hadid’s house with the lights of the city twinkling in the background, she gets an emergency call from a celebrity manager, whose client, pop star Rizzo a.k.a. “The new Bieber” has been caught wearing a Nazi costume.

She goes full Olivia Pope mode and comes up with a quick solution. “Here’s the plan. You’re going to jump in a cab and head over to 1 OAK and forcibly remove him from there,” she tells the manager. “Bring a girl or two, it’ll look better, and then get him back to his hotel room and don’t let him leave. Sit in front of the damn door if you have to. Do you have his passwords? Actually, forget it—just take his phone. Drop it in the toilet. We need to buy ourselves time without some idiotic drunken tweet from him.”

Emily then makes plans to head to N.Y.C. to continue to save the day, and leaves her husband—who was a bit preoccupied with a younger woman anyway - to finish the party without her.

“New York, her first and truest love, awaited,” the novel read.

Anyone else chomping at the bit for more? We can't wait to see what adventures are in store for Emily this time around.

The book, which retails for $27, is available for pre-order on Amazon now.

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