Spot Kimmy Schmidt's signature pink pants in Greenpoint lately?
Season 2 of Tina Fey-produced Netflix series "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" has been filming in the neighborhood, and actress Ellie Kemper said she's been walking around in her costume.
Despite the "ridiculous" outfits, Kemper said at the New Yorker Festival this weekend she always feels like Kimmy's clothes fit right in Greenpoint, according to NYMag.
“We shoot in Greenpoint, and I’ll be wearing these clothes, ridiculous clothes in my mind, and I’ll go out to get coffee, and nobody looks twice," Kemper told New Yorker writer Lauren Collins.
In the show, 29-year-old Kimmy starts living in New York after spending 15 years trapped underground in a cult.
When she comes out, she ends up wearing bright, girly cheap clothing that a teenager might have selected, Kemper said.
But Kemper said Kimmy's clothes have a striking similarity to the outfits of Greenpoint locals.
"Everybody there dresses like that," she said.
"Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" filmed many scenes from its first season in Greenpoint last year and has been continuing to shoot its second season in the neighborhood.
Interior shots have largely been filmed since August at production facility Broadway Stages, at 44 Eagle St., according to film notices from the city.
Kimmy's apartment exterior is on Freeman Street between West Street and Franklin Street, while Kimmy's love interest Dong's apartment is on Eagle Street between Manhattan Avenue and the Pulaski Bridge, according to film notices.
On Monday, the Netflix series was filming on Greenpoint Avenue near the subway station and outside WORD bookstore, at 126 Franklin St., where an unnamed actor sees her book on display.
Spoiler alert for fans: Titus, played by Tituss Burgess, may have a new love interest in the second season.
According to notices, Titus has been filmed eating food from a halal cart on Calyer Street between Manhattan Avenue and Lorimer Street with "Mikey" — a character whom Titus "might be too complicated for."
Greenpoint's also been the backdrop for the show's other plot points, like a protest against a one-man show by Titus, and a police car crash courtesy of Jacqueline, Jane Krakowski's character.
Keep an eye out for the local shots — and pink pants — when the show drops on Netflix in Spring 2016.