When I’m old and grey and yet still, in the words of Carrie Bradshaw jetting off to Paris, “impossibly fresh-looking,” I’ll sit my grandchildren on my lap and tell them the story of Peak TV: “Between 2009 and 2015,” I’ll croak, “the number of scripted series on TV practically doubled, from around 200 to just […]
While it's long been contested that Carrie Bradshaw would not be able to afford that walk-in closet in New York City given her journalist's salary, an illustrator's recent series proved just how unrealistic our favorite fictional residences...Show More Summary
In some fashion universe, TV's sartorial cheerleader Carrie Bradshaw is probably talking to her husband, John James "Mr. Big" Preston, and gazing at all of her shoes. After all, the former Ms. Bradshaw, a lover of shoes, missed her ferry ride home during an old episode of HBO's "Sex and the City"...
"Sex and the City" fans have long debated whether or not Mr. Big was really Mr. Right for Carrie Bradshaw.
Remember the scene from Sex and the City when Carrie leaves her house at midnight to meet Miranda for Chinese food? She steps out in her pajamas and a furry coat. It's a true you-caught-me-in-the-moment statement any fashion girl could appreciate. Show More Summary
Photos: Courtesy of Bill Blass. It's no secret tulle skirts get a bad rap: One mention of the garment and your mind likely gravitates to memories of ballet recitals past, poufy prom dresses, itchy Halloween costumes, or tacky bridesmaid gowns you were forced to wear. Show More Summary
Alec Baldwin was almost Mr. Big. Sex and the City creator Darren Star told Entertainment Weekly that he had originally hoped to cast Baldwin in the role of Carrie Bradshaw’s on-and-off love on his HBO hit series. “I was thinking of Alec Baldwin for Big [in Sex and the City] initially.” At the time, Alec... Show More Summary
It's hard to imagine a time before Carrie Bradshaw. It seems just about everyone blurs the lines between Sarah Jessica Parker and her sartorially iconic "Sex and the City" character. But before there was Mr. Big and Manolo Blahnik, there were gold bra tops, slinky dresses and yes, even the occasional fashion flop. In honor of Bradshaw... Show More Summary
There's nothing sexier than a martini. Beloved by James Bond and Carrie Bradshaw, the clean, spirit-forward cocktail has proven itself impervious to countless trends, from "shaken, not stirred" to appletinis. A traditional mix of gin or vodka, dry vermouth, and orange bitters is dressed with a choice of olives, onions, or a lemon twist as garnish. Show More Summary
"Sex and the City" could have looked a whole lot different if creator Darren Star had his way. Star threw fans for a loop when he revealed the actors he'd originally wanted to cast as Carrie Bradshaw's love interests. "I was thinking of Alec Baldwin for Big initially [in 'Sex and the City']," Star said in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. Show More Summary
When asked who our fashion icons are, Sarah Jessica Parker is always at the top of mour list. The style-setter been a favorite even back in the 80s, but it's her role as Carrie Bradshaw that solidified her place in our fashion hearts as an innovator and risk taker. Show More Summary
Long before Tony Soprano, Carrie Bradshaw or the fictional version of Larry David, HBO had Larry Sanders. As the hilarious but self-centered late-night talk show host, Larry Sanders, Garry Shandling provided HBO with its first greatShow More Summary
Whoa! The creator of Sex And The City dropped a major bomb about the original casting of the series! In a new interview, Darren Star revealed Sarah Jessica Parker, ahem Carrie Bradshaw's main loves, Mr. Big and Aidan, almost didn't exist. Related: Cynthia Nixon Would Be Down For Another SATC Movie! Well, just not as how you know [...]
Darren Star, the creator of Sex and the City, said that his first pick to play the love of Carrie Bradshaw's life, Mr. Big — or "John" if you prefer — was actually another handsomely suave man: Alec Baldwin. “I was thinking of Alec Baldwin for Big initially," Star told... More »
The fight for Carrie Bradshaw's heart on "Sex and the City" would have been different if show creator Darren Star had cast his initial choices for Bradshaw's boyfriends. Star said he considered Alec Baldwin for the role of Mr. Big, Bradshaw's main love interest on the HBO show, and Chicago native...
Sarah Jessica Parker is all smiles while arriving at Bloomingdale’s to work the shoe department and promote her footwear label, SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker, on Tuesday (March 15) in New York City. “I’m very clear about why I have the opportunity to have a shoe line. If I hadn’t played Carrie Bradshaw, there would [...]
Last time I watched “My Motherboard, My Self,” the fourth season episode of Sex and the City in which Carrie gets “the bomb” on her Apple laptop and loses all her data, I couldn’t help but wonder—will she ever learn to back up? Read more...
I love that Kimmy Gibbler does the unexpected. When she was wearing that pink sweater covered in black bows, something totally out of Carrie Bradshaw's closet circa dating Aiden the second time, she also wore one of Carrie's other signatures: A nameplate necklace. However, Kimmy Gibbler's did not say "Kimmy"... More »
I was at a cocktail party on Friday evening with my friend Andrea Syrtash (the real-life Carrie Bradshaw), and had a conversation that echoed what I have discussed with so many friends living in lower Manhattan. The topic: Why it's hard to find love while living in downtown New York City. In short, I think that 'Junk Dating' is to blame. Show More Summary
Stay classy, Toronto! Canadian men are using "Ghomeshi" as a verb, and The Star has a dating expert's take on it