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Every time we watch a rerun of “Sex and the City”, we can’t help but wonder just how many segues they can manage to fit into one episode.
Sarah Jessica Parker‘s character as Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City had quite the enviable wardrobe. Fancy wares from Christian Dior, Manolo Blahnik, and Vivienne Westwood were plenty. However, that iconic pink tulle skirt from the opening credits cost stylist Patricia Field a mere $5, and she found it in a bargain bucket at some random sale. And we thought that we were the queens of shopping.
Fashionista spoke with AnnaSophia Robb about playing Carrie, while Patricia Field chatted with WWD about a bargain-hunting expedition she took with Sarah Jessica Parker.
The Carries Diaries has been picked up by The CW, which makes sense given what the trailer looks like.
Confirmed: Carrie Bradshaw‘s Sex and the City abode sold for quite a pretty penny.
How exactly did lowly writer Carrie Bradshaw afford her fabulous life? It’s a question that’s been examined time and again, but let’s give it another shot. It’s Carrie Bradshaw math: real estate edition.
AnnaSophia Robb sure has some big Manolos to fill. The 18-year-old actress will be playing the young Carrie Bradshaw in the upcoming CW pilot of The Carrie Diaries, based on the Candace Bushnell series of the same name.
Ever since The CW announced it would be developing Sex and the City prequel series The Carrie Diaries, we’ve been curious to see who would play teenage Carrie Bradshaw. SATC fans, say hello to AnnaSophia Robb.
Though Sex And The City seemingly refuses to die, the original HBO series did indeed end nearly eight (!) years ago. And back in the day, Saturday Night Live had some fun skewering the pun-heavy antics of Carrie and co.
This week saw the end of the Week of Fashion, and what a successful week it was! We brushed shoulders Beyoncé, and chatted with the likes of Tavi and Carine Roitfeld. We also bore witness to the fact that Lindsey Lohan had a less successful week. Marc Jacobs seems to be headed to Dior, even though he’s demanding a huge paycheck. And Suri Cruise wears lipstick. Deal with it.
The Anna Sui show is always one of Fashion Week‘s most fun. It’s the show where you can bank on the the industry’s top models — Karlie, Arizona, Lindsey, Daphne, Jess — walking in flashy, colorful creations to high-octane music. It’s a show that reminds you that fashion can (and should) be fun.
Attention all Sex and the City devotees: the CW will be developing The Carrie Diaries, a SATC prequel series about high school-aged Carrie Bradshaw.
The will they/won’t they rumors in regards to another Sex and the City movie have gotten a bit stale, but Sarah Jessica Parker let an interesting bit slip in an interview with Parade.
Scrap that Sex and the City prequel movie nonsense. The latest rumors have SATC coming back to the small screen.
Patricia Field is as irreverent as they come. Her work as a designer and stylist is certainly kooky, but her opinions can also cause a raised eyebrow or two.
This week Kate Moss got the Carrie Bradshaw treatment and Kate Middleton wore a floral pancake hat. LOVE Magazine totally ruled, plus-size model secrets were exposed, and Rachel Zoe‘s baby son got us all envious. Also, OMFG Mariah Carey.
A couple of months ago, we broke the news that Kate Moss would be covering Vogue‘s September issue. The rumors were all but confirmed a month later, when we heard Moss’s blowout wedding would be the backdrop for the Mario Testino photo shoot. Now some more details have emerged: Kate might be pulling a Carrie Bradshaw for the glossy. Ugh.
Happy 15th birthday, Jimmy Choo! To celebrate, the brand is issuing an “icon” collection comprised of 15 of its most memorable shoe styles from the past decade and a half.
We’ve teamed up with On Location Tours and Sheraton New York Hotels to give away a weekend straight out of the show. Our two grand prize winners will get to stay in a hotel here in Manhattan and go on a tour of some of the show’s hotspots.
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.