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If there’s one place to go full-on in the gown department, it’s the New York City Ballet’s Fall Gala, and that’s exactly what Sarah Jessica Parker and Natalie Portman did last night at the glamorous fête. Parker opted for a voluminous, pirouette-worthy piece that was collaboration between Prabal Gurung and Olivier Theyskens, while Portman wore a high-octane column design from Christian Dior’s fall couture collection. Others that struck our fancy were the ladies in black, Doutzen Kroes in a sheer borrowed-from-the-boys look, Drew Barrymore in an LBD with sparkly Chanel C’s earrings, and Elettra Wiedemann in a sleek floor-length number.
Harper’s BAZAAR went for a major fashion trifecta for its September issue having cover star Sarah Jessica Parker photographed by Terry Richardson and interviewed by Cathy Horyn. The results on both fronts are just as awe-inspiring as you’d expect with SJP looking ageless in a strappy, shimmery gold sequin Marc Jacobs dress on the cover, and her getting uncharacteristically candid about her marriage and family inside the profile.
What constitutes a first-class British party? Kate Moss, royals, and Rolling Stones, of course. Last night, London’s best descended upon Kensington Gardens for the Serpentine Summer Party, which we’re pretty sure was the fête of the season.
If Gwen and Gavin are the cool parents who let their kids eat (organic) Roll-Ups and listen to (inoffensive) rap music, Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are the ones who pick them up from school in an Aston Martin and make them eat Momofuku takeout with chopsticks.
Shiny (but not too shiny) new details about SJP’s impending shoe line.
15 years ago today, a tutu-clad Sarah Jessica Parker endured her first splash from a city bus, thus beginning her tenure as Carrie Bradshaw, she of the $40,000 worth of shoes and nowhere to live. Today, Parker is finally dipping her (very squashed) toe into the footwear business herself. And, naturally, she’s doing it with the help of Manolo Blahnik‘s longtime CEO.
While the week’s biggest red carpet is done and dusted, Hollywood’s style stars were out on the town yesterday, decked out yet again in designer duds. So how did Anne Hathaway, Kate Bosworth, Sarah Jessica Parker, and more measure up? Let’s take a look.
Some were pretty and some were punk, but these ten Met Gala attendees hit it out of the park with their not-so-chaotic couture.
In the world of punk-themed galas, there are two camps: the literal interpreters of the era’s gutter-and-grit days, and then those who opt for a glam reinvention of punk’s inspiration on couture fashion
We can hear the high-schoolers firing up their “prom inspo” Tumblrs as we speak. Sarah Jessica Parker, Carey Mulligan, Kate Hudson, and more attended Tiffany’s insanely glitzy party at Rockefeller Center last night. And damn, it was faaancy.
Sarah Jessica Parker is one of those stars who’s been a fashion darling from the very start, establishing herself as a red carpet risk taker during her Sex and the City days and developing friendships along the way with fashion bigwigs like Valentino, Oscar de la Renta, and Alexander McQueen. So, on the actress’ 48th birthday, we’ve put together a gallery of 21 of her most memorable looks! Take a trip down memory lane with us, won’t you?
Pragmatic footwear was not the fashion choice that made Carrie Bradshaw, and consequently Sarah Jessica Parker, a household name. But all that wedging into those iconic pairs of Manolos apparently did a number on the actress’s delicate paws.
Now that awards show season is officially over, actress aren’t even bothering to dress up for the red carpet!
While Rihanna and Beyoncé rocked the red carpet at last night’s Grammys in Los Angeles, Jennifer Lawrence, Marion Cotillard, SJP, and more held their own over in London at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards.
Sarah Jessica Parker and her kids hit the mean streets of New York in leather jackets.
Barneys finally unveiled its controversial “Electric Holiday” video at the New York City flagship store on Wednesday night. The full five-minute digital short is available on the retailer’s website, and we got a good look at what the uproar about “skinny Minnie” was all about.
Last night, celebrities worked the red carpet in California and fashion folk stepped out in New York, but which coast had better style?
California got a good dose of star power last night. Sarah Jessica Parker, Kate Hudson, and Katy Perry attended the amfAR Inspiration Gala in Los Angeles, while Lindsay Lohan and Kimora Lee Simmons celebrated wellness drink Mr. Pink Ginseng out in Beverly Hills. Okay, so maybe the latter event was filled with B- and C-listers, but at least some showed up in pulled-together outfits!
Kate Upton stepped out all covered up, Nicole Kidman went for fire-engine red, and Solange Knowles paired oh-so-trendy checkers with some serious statement accessories.
Elle‘s annual “Women in Hollywood” issue is here, and on the cover is a woman who does not, in fact, live in Tinseltown at all, but rather right here in NYC: Sarah Jessica Parker!