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The sequel may have been panned by critics and fans alike, but the Sex and the City franchise isn’t dead yet. Apparently producers are interested in filling the “glamourous void” with a big screen adaptation of Candace Bushnell’s best-selling prequel book, The Carrie Diaries — and Grazia is reporting that head honcho Michael Patrick King wants Blake Lively for the role.
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.
With Sex and the City 2 opening in theaters this month (less than 10 days, people!), what better time to pay homage to the fashion greatness that is SJP and revisit some of her most memorable looks along the way?
Sex and the City fans everywhere have been itching for whatever details they can get their manicured hands on before the second installment of the movie hits theaters next week. On Wednesday, to curb the appetites of some, stylist and SATC costume designer Patricia Field invited a small group of editors to her studio to talk fashion and Carrie.
Some may think Samantha Jones epitomizes the term “Cougar,” but don’t let Kim Cattrall hear you calling her or her character a feline. The actress refused to appear in photoshoot for a “significant magazine for women over 40″ with a real, live cougar, and as a result, lost the cover of the publication.
It seems not even Oprah can escape the Sex and the City 2 craze. Next month’s O Magazine takes a look at the girl behind the girls: stylist Patricia Field who, in addition to creating Carrie Bradshaw’s image, has been one of the greatest visionaries in the New York fashion scene since first opening her boutique in 1966. And while we were thrilled to get an advanced peak at the stylist’s favorite things, some of her responses left us scratching our heads and thinking, “Huh?”
The trailer, the posters, and now the stills. It seems like we’ll be seeing most of Sex And The City 2 before it hits the big screen. We’re not complaining. A little SATC fashion porn goes a long way.
It looks like the Sex And The City art team loves a good photoshopping session.
After months of keeping the plot for Sex And The City sequel under wraps, the studio has finally released a trailer. And, well, it’s pretty much what you’d expect.