Ready to feel old? Today is the 15th anniversary of the premiere of Sex and the City, when we first met the Manolo-wearing Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte. But the gang's glam fashion was only one aspect of the show's claim to fame. It was really the relationships — the good, the bad, and the frightening — that had has hooked. And whether you were Team Big or Team Aidan, there was at least a handful of the quartet's love interests that ring a bell for us all. I've rounded up 20 types of former flames from the TV show that we can all relate to from our dating past. Whether it's a mama's boy, a fetish-obsessed fella, or a wedding hookup, you're sure to see a guy you've dated in this group.
We had a sexy year of Sex and the City coverage with the May release of the film's sequel. From looks back to the steamy fellows on the TV show and movies, to quizzes testing your SATC smarts, to lessons on friendship gleaned from the fab four, we had you covered from New York to Abu Dhabi. So sit back, relax, and sip a cosmo while you take a look back at some of our top Sex and the City 2 posts from 2010.
Everyone at Sugar HQ is so excited, because tonight is the big premiere of Sex and the City 2. Since Yum shared some of the biggest food trends from the series, and Bella gave us a photo recap of Carrie's hair evolution, it seems only fitting that we share our favorite fitness moments from Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte. And while the girls might be known more for shopping, romance, and cosmos, these scenes provided a great backdrop for some classic one-liners.
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Speaking of Louis Vuitton, the British Advertising Authority has banned two of the brand's advertisements for intimating factory-made handbags were actually produced by hand.
Patricia Field offers her point of view on important fashion choices from Sex and the City 2, including Carrie's $50,000 karaoke outfit.
Giles Deacon talks about taking the reigns at Ungaro and the differences between the Parisian house and his namesake collection: "I don’t want any blurring. My own line is more subversive. In Ungaro-land, things are a little more obvious. I like the instantness of those clothes, but the world of challenge for me is getting that other kind of lightness and softness. My own things tend to be a little bit harder."
There’s no denying that Carrie and the girls have made a lasting impression on us. They’re fun, totally entertaining, and at one point I'm sure many of us have wished we could live as glamorously and carefree as these ladies. But even if you're anxiously awaiting their return to theaters, there's a few good reasons for not rushing to emulate the ladies of SATC. Keep reading for five little reminders why this kind of lifestyle is better left on our TVs, we don’t want you to get too "Carried" away!
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Come Party With Me: Sex and the City Marathon — Invite
In order to prepare ourselves for the much-anticipated Sex and the City movie, Fab and I are hosting a SATC marathon in her new apartment. We're inviting our best gal pals and asking them to dress like their favorite character.