You can’t tell the story of “Sex and the city” and its revival/sequel “And Just Like That” without spending too much time discussing fashion. During the six seasons of the original HBO show, Carrie Bradshaw became a style icon. globally, inspiring generations of women to waltz around New York City in tulle, carefully avoiding potholes with their Manolo Blahnik pump. imitate, Bradshaw (do Sarah Jessica Parker) enjoys getting dressed. Her style is perfect, quirky, flamboyant, romantic: she stops by McDonald’s in a pink Oscar de la Renta dress, or goes shopping for a wedding dress with a printed belt tied around her bare belly. Throughout the series, as well as in the three “Sex and the cityIn subsequent films, Field and Parker forged a fashion path for Carrie Bradshaw, setting trends; taking a design career to the stratosphere; and creating countless iconic looks, from a leopard print dress to a Dior t-shirt and ball gown. Now, the “And Just Like That” outfit continues that legacy.
Starring costume designers Molly Rogers and Danny Santiago, Carrie Bradshaw still loves fashion in “And Just Like That,” but the writers also use it as a mechanism to convey her mood. she. When she wears a Gorgeous tulle skirt and black headpiece to Big’s funeral, it was to make her late husband proud. As she draped Big’s blazer over her shoulders before stepping out in her evening gown, her outfit showed her recovering from his sudden death — and finding space to sign. his memories (and belongings) in her new life. Then, when she started dating and felt like herself again, she was back in a perfectly fitted blue Norma Kamali pleated dress; it’s so quintessential Bradshaw that fans call it “Caro skirt.”
Fashion is sacred to Carrie Bradshaw, but the other characters also have memorable style moments. Miranda Hobbes’ colorful halter dress, Seema Patel’s head-to-toe leopard print outfit, and Lisa Todd Wexley’s red Valentino dress could have been in the original series. Sometimes, their looks also take on a larger meaning. Think Rock Goldenblatt’s unique style of their Oscar de la Renta dress as they explore their gender identity. Or Miranda Hobbes’ unusually sexy jumpsuit as she stepped out of her former marriage to flirt with Che Diaz at the bar.
Up front, check out the best “And Just Like That” outfits in the series so far.