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The Tony Awards are known more for the ceremony’s musical numbers than its red carpet fashions, but the female attendees showed up in some seriously glamorous and wacky ensembles last night.
The ladies of Sex and the City 2 have moved on to the London leg of their world premiere tour and, if you ask us, they’ve stepped their game way up since the disappointing stylings at their New York premiere.
No one can deny that Patricial Field is a character and we’ve been particularly fond of her (and her eccentricities) throughout the years. It’s hard to hate the woman who single-handedly brought back the nameplate necklace and made it fashionable for a bride to wear a peacock blue bird on their head. But while reading Huffington Post Style’s profile on the stylist, one section jumped out at us.
Let’s face it: at least half of the reason we love Sex and the City so much are the wardrobes of our favorite Fab Four. For the past decade, Patricia Field has dressed the ladies to the nines for their characters, so much so that it often feels as though Sarah Jessica is Carrie, Cynthia is Miranda, Kim is Samantha, and is Kristin is Charlotte. But at last night’s New York City world premiere for the wildly anticipated Sex and the City 2, the actresses proved their distance from their character’s fashion savviness.
In Sex and the City, Cynthia Nixon is known for her character Miranda’s Upper West Side mommy-elegance. Whether brunching with the girls or toting around the adorable, red-headed Brody, Miranda always looks purposely messy, yet perfectly dressed for her character’s life. But what of Cynthia’s real life, away from Miranda, Carrie, Samantha, and Charlotte?