By Oliver Gettell
October 12, 2015 at 12:00 PM EDT
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Felicity Huffman’s House of Moore is in vogue at ABC.

The darkly comedic one-hour series set in the world of fashion has received a put pilot commitment from the network, EW has confirmed. Deadline first reported the news.

Huffman (Desperate Housewives, Sports Night) is executive producing and looking to star in the show, which centers on the family behind a famous design house and will explore plus-size fashion. Daniel Barnz wrote and will direct House, which he created with husband Ben Barnz, ABC Studios, and Kapital Entertainment.

Huffman is already a lead performer on the ABC anthology series American Crime, and would star in House of Moore (should the show get a series order) if it didn’t create a scheduling conflict.

House of Moore marks Huffman’s third collaboration with the Barnzes, following the films Phoebe in Wonderland and Cake.

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