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Sophia Webster X J Crew: The ELLE edit
On 6 June 1998, Sarah Jessica Parker and her signature Manolos walked onto the small screen and a cultural phenomenon was born.
From Dior to Fendi, from Oscar de la Renta to that Vivienne Westwood wedding dress, her wardrobe was and frankly still is the stuff our dreams are made of.
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Being caught in the rain has never looked so good (even if it wasn’t as romantic as Carrie hoped). Season five, 2002.
A Sonia Rykiel double-stripe for that all-important first look out over Paris in An American Girl in Paris, Part Une. Season six, 2004.
High Street Heroes... 27th April 2014
Short gloves and a hat: essentials when trying to engineer an ‘accidental’ meeting with your boyfriend’s mother. In church. Season one, 1998.
The saddest, most beautiful ball gown of all. Season six, 2004.
Bigger is better. Right? Vivienne Westwood and a bird on her head, Carrie heads out to marry her Mr Big. SATC The Movie, 2008.
Making the case for that signature corsage. Season one, 1998.
Flapper chic for Berger’s book launch in Plus One Is The Loneliest Number. Season five, 2002.
Big has left Natasha because of his affair with Carrie. Carrie hasn’t seen him since – until now. Cue the pulling out of the proverbial stops. Season three, 2000.
It’s not even a thing – it’s just grocery shopping. Season four, 2001.
The one where the Russian bought her Oscar de la Renta and took her dancing in Macdonalds. Season six, 2004.
Payday, happiest of days
Charlie Gowans Eglinton
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