BuzzSugar put together a list of ten sexy flings that made their way into Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte's lives during Sex and the City's six seasons. From rocker Jon Bon Jovi and Californication's David Duchovny to Vince Vaughn and Mad Men's John Slattery, these ten relationships may not have lasted, but they certainly made their mark on the fab four!
The countdown has begun! The Sex and the City sequel hits theaters May 27, but we're already jonesing for wardrobe details. And we've already given you some. You ready for more? Visit the movie website's closet for some style specifics — and how to shop the looks for less. Designers in the mix include Graeme Black, Oscar de la Renta, Brian Atwood, Halston Heritage, Christian Louboutin, Solange Azagury-Partridge, Bottega Veneta, and loads of vintage and accessories. I don't want to spoil it all for you, but here are some of my favorite picks and the fine fashion details . . .
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Despite the fact that I've never owned shoes in the $500+ range and have never been a single and fabulous 30-something (or 40-something) New Yorker, I related to and loved the characters on Sex and the City. Every week I could count on seeing four women who placed a high value on their female friendships rather than tearing each other down (ahem, The Hills), who fought bravely against those who would look down on them for being unmarried, and who talked candidly about not just sex, but everything. Amidst hardship, lapses in judgment, and insecurities, they were smart ladies who had the understanding that life — even for the truly sophisticated — is no fairytale.
Some of these cherished characteristics translated well to the big screen version and I'm so thankful for that. But I'm also a bit mystified by how far it strays at times from the very aspects I loved so much. I wish I could say that it's a witty and modern take on the meaning of love and friendship for middle-aged women (and women approaching middle-age). Instead, the film is at times a fun fantasy, but it's not the Sex and the City I remember.
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The fabulous foursome from Sex and the City hit Berlin today in yet another set of gorgeous gowns. Between all these premieres, I can't even imagine all the amazing dresses we'll be seeing. Only a few weeks left before our beloved SATC hits NYC and the rest of the world, but there are magazine covers galore between now and then. From testing your skills on all the geeky gadgets throughout the seasons to Fab chatting with new addition Jennifer Hudson, there are weeks of fun anticipation left between now and the theater. Here are highlights from the EW cover story:
- On where the movie starts: "It can't be just about wanton lust — that's not the truth about these women anymore," she explains. "The top of the movie is like a dollop of cream — delicious imagery and scant narrative. It just tells you what we've been doing, and then: boom. It's a recovery operation. The movie goes to a very dark place that we've never done before."
- On what it means to her: "There's a lot at stake for me personally," says Parker. "I want it to do well, but the bigger story for me here is that I want the people who hold the purse strings to believe that there are female audiences, that it's worth their money."
We have a feeling nearly every woman — and many men! — we know will be shelling out cash for more than one trip to the theater. Speaking of which, don't forget to enter to win a trip out to SF for a special prescreening of the movie with all the Sugar Girls!
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I already ordained it Simply Fab, but I think the Fendi Paint-Your-Own Baguette Tote may have just gotten Fabber.
In celebration of the Fendi Baguette's 10th Anniversary, the Italian fashion house asked big names like Scarlett Johansson, Kim Cattrall, Marchesa designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig, and Project Runway Season 4 contestant Chris March to each customize their own Fendi Baguette.
The products — Marchesa's has black and white hand-embroidered feathers on it — will be sold for $2,500 each on eLuxury.com starting April 17, and the proceeds will be donated to the designer's selected charities.
The much-anticipated premiere of the Sex and the City Movie is almost here — 57 days to be exact — so the sassy foursome got all dolled up for some promotional photos. A decade has passed since the series first arrived, but Carrie Bradshaw, Samantha Jones, Charlotte York Goldenblatt, and Miranda Hobbes are all still hot tamales. They may have good genes and Patricia Field to thank for that, but Pat or not, you can't deny these women have the ability to sass up anything they wear. Behold their fashionable pizazz.
As soon as you get ahold of your 2008 calendars, draw a big, fat heart around May 30. According to MTV, this is the date when Carrie, Miranda, Samantha, Charlotte, Big and the rest of the gang (including, randomly, Jennifer Hudson) will be coming to a theater near you!
It's a great sign for the movie that the producers want to release it on the first big weekend of the summer. So far, the ladies will be competing at the box office with an Eddie Murphy comedy Starship Dave and the Kristen Bell comedy (produced by Judd Apatow) Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
Now, it seems we have everything in place for the "Sex and the City" movie... except for that pesky little plot, about which filmmakers and actors are remaining mum. Stay tuned, and clear your schedule for May 30!
After plenty of hedging and hinting, we now have an official report that the makers of HBO's hit series "Sex and the City" will make a feature-length movie based on the show. Production is scheduled to begin in the fall. The article continues:
Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon are all set to reprise their roles, with longtime exec producer Michael Patrick King directing a script he wrote.
The film got close to happening about two years ago, but progress halted when Cattrall backed away. She wanted script controls and a salary close to that of Parker, who was more highly paid than the others because she was co-executive producer of the series. Whatever tensions existed are gone now, sources said. Cattrall has a deal she’s happy with, one the sources said gives her input on her scenes, a fat salary and a future series deal with HBO.
No news yet on whether other actors from the show (ahem, Chris Noth) will be back for the movie, but I'll keep you posted. Here's hoping the movie version comes out well and doesn't taint the fond memories I have of the original series!