Do you remember the first time you saw Sex And The City on HBO? Remember how you called your girlfriends and every single Sunday you couldn’t wait for 9:00 p.m and the opening scene of four women walking through the streets of New York, laughing, talking and having the best time.
A lot of the show’s success had to do with Carrie Bradshaw, the fictional fashion loving writer who was the ultimate girlfriend; it didn’t matter if you were straight or gay.
We all wanted to move to New York, sip Cosmos and experience modern love while wearing stylish clothes and Manolo Blahniks.
The character who played Carrie, Sarah Jessica Parker (SJP) , has always said that while she loved playing the role, she was not Carrie. “I feel funny saying this, I’m not really a shoe shopper. I’m not going to go out and buy hundreds of pairs of shoes. I’m much more thoughtful than [Carrie] is, which is also one of the treats of playing her all these years.”
SJP’s simple beginning in Ohio (she is one of 8 children), her rise through in the industry through sheer hard work, her long-standing marriage has informed a perspective that is more considered from Carries’