6 Curiosities about the fashionista universe of Sex and the City that you probably did not know


19 years ago the iconic television series Sex and the City appeared on the screen for the first time, and since then Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda became the inspiration of thousands of women.

Not only did they feel identified with their problems, loves, successes and failures, they also did it with their great sense of fashion, and that is how to forget all the outfits that made them a symbol. If you were also a fan of this story, you will surely love these curiosities fashionistas of Sex and the City.

1. Sarah Jessica Parker had a great idea

He proposed to hire Patricia Field as stylist of the series. She gave a great style to the four most famous girls in Manhattan and led them to become the great icons of fashion that they are now. For Carrie, she created a necklace with her name, an addiction to Manolos and tulle skirts to make her look like a fashion lover. After the series, Field became one of the most recognized costume designers in the world, even chose the costumes for the film The Devil Wears Prada.

2. Carrie's tutu was very special

The famous tutu that Carrie used for her walks through the streets of the city, already belongs to the history of fashion, and the incredible thing is that it cost only five dollars in a thrift store.

3. The most famous shoes are not Hangisi

The Hangisi with which Mr. Big asks Carrie to marry in the movie are not the most famous of Sex and the City, but the model Campari, created by designer Manolo Blahnik. Carrie found them when she assaulted the accessory wardrobe of Vogue. The shoe was created in 1994 and had not been available since then. Now you can buy it for a price of 500 dollars, it is definitely a classic shoe that is not easy to find.

4. The most expensive dress in the series cost 80 thousand dollars

The opulent gray dress that Carrie wore while waiting for Petrovsky in Paris, was designed by Atelier Versace and it cost the incredible amount of 80 thousand dollars. It was undoubtedly one of the outfits most iconic of the series.

5. The project had a modest start

Because they had a very low budget, the clothes the girls wore were low cost, but later, luxury brands like Fendi, Versace, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Gucci And till Chanel they fought to appear in the series. Everything that Carrie, Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte used, was running out in stores in New York.

6. A dress Dior had two appearances

The newspaper print dress created by designer Galliano for Dior it was the only one that appeared in the series and in the first movie of the quartet.

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