Carrie Bradshaw was a flawed television character with a shopping problem and more than a couple cringe-worthy lines.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall have spoken out about the fate of the “Sex and the City” franchise. The Sex and the City franchise is dead, but the rumors of a feud between stars Sarah Jessica Parker (who was also a producer of the show and movies) and Kim Cattrall, that’s another story. This year’s popular Feud: Bette and Joan explored the Hollywood legend of the stormy relationship between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis, the alleged animosity between Taylor Swift and Katy Perry has spawned hit singles (on both sides), and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and his Fast and Furious co-star Tyrese Gibson are keeping fans’s interest with their shady social media posts.
Taylor Swift shared on social media that she's releasing a new album, Reputation, on Nov. 10, but it's her torn shirt on the album cover that’s getting a lot of attention.
During Season 4 of the iconic, enduring, eternally beloved series Sex and the City, clotheshorse Carrie Bradshaw lamented that she “will literally be the old woman who lived in her shoes.”
Eighteen years ago, fashion was changed forever when Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) made her television debut. Six seasons and two movies later, the world still hasn’t had enough of the character’s eccentric style.
Designer Vivienne Westwood has had an extremely successful life and career. So, to celebrate the queen of British fashion’s 75th birthday, we’re looking back at some of her best designs worn by her famous friends. From the wedding dress Carrie Bradshaw wore to her almost New York nuptial to the smoking dress Rihanna wore during her Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show performance, Westwood’s creations rarely disappoint. See for yourself!
The Huxtables’ Brooklyn brownstone in The Cosby Show. Monica Geller’s impossibly huge Greenwich Village apartment on Friends. And Don Draper’s move from fifties suburbia to sixties midcentury-chic Manhattan on Mad Men. Let’s face it: we may know the interiors of some TV shows better than we know certain rooms in our own homes!
Sarah Jessica Parker’s changing hairstyles are as iconic as Carrie Bradshaw’s shoes. In this episode of Timeless, Time Warp or Time to Hide, Yahoo Style editor in chief Joe Zee sits down with the legendary SJP and the man in charge of her locks, Serge Normant, to discuss the braids, the mohawks, the bobs, the curls—all hairstyles, good and bad. “That’s maybe time to be forgotten and to never be discussed again!” Sarah Jessica Parker at the Wonder of the World Premiere, 2001.
Why Is Chris Noth (aka Mr. Big) in the Lilly Pulitzer for Target Ad? Hold onto your golf clubs and floppy hats because Lilly Pulitzer for Target, the highly-anticipated collaboration, is almost here. On April 19, the megastore will release a 250 piece collection with all items under $150 and includes plus sizes, making it one of the biggest (and definitely brightest) lines to make its Target debut. It’s a party — with the weirdest guest list. Alek Wek, Denise Bidot, Bella Thorne, a bunch of kids, some senior citizens, and tons of models were there.