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  • both my daughters hands went to their mouths and they were like, you're on the cover of vogue, hi vogue.

  • This is Sarah Jessica parker and this is a fraction of my life and looks every single thing on me is from a vintage store.

  • With the exception of whatever is in my hair.

  • And apologies for that.

  • I did it that day.

  • I'm sure there was a diffuser involved and some 10 X.

  • We can talk about that on another.

  • Um, my master class and Hair from 19, what would this be, 85, maybe?

  • I don't recognize this person.

  • I don't understand the sunglasses in particular.

  • I think they're awful on me.

  • I think once again, it's not the fault of the glasses.

  • Large earrings are a mystery to me.

  • I don't know if I saw that like in a movie from 1947, the period at the end of the sentence is the peace necklace she showed up in a lot.

  • I mean, I didn't, I didn't take her off and I used to sign everything.

  • Like if somebody asked me for my signature, I always signed it.

  • I always signed wage peace Love Sarah Jessica anyway that I still have that necklace.

  • I think there's a whole interesting conversation about influence and a collective kind of thing that happens without influence.

  • And I've been shopping at three shots for a long time, just like on my own because it was a necessity.

  • You know, Madonna and Cyndi Lauper hadn't surfaced, but I was wearing like Big Rayon dresses From the 40s.

  • Like that's just what I did.

  • So this dress is a Donna Karan dress that I know once again, I'm not making excuses, but like I would never wear this dress.

  • Like I would never wear this dress, but I am wearing this dress and I know that that's me and I cannot pretend that it's anybody else.

  • Like it's a perfectly constructed dress.

  • The idea of it was amazing.

  • It is carry in that moment.

  • But even that I don't think is entirely carrie.

  • I think there's another dress that is as kind of body conscious as this one, but feels more so carry.

  • This dress is sort of like its own, To me it's like its own universe and it kind of like moves around like it's just very interesting to me.

  • Um, and the shoes are probably Manolo is my guess.

  • Typically.

  • Yes, yes.

  • I'm familiar with this outfit.

  • What can I tell you?

  • What do you want to know?

  • Because it's not me really.

  • This is carrie.

  • A lot of people claim they have the 22.

  • I think Pat has one.

  • Michael, Patrick has one.

  • We just used one.

  • So my guess is that that sequence required a splash that there were probably four or five or six.

  • These were jimmy choo shoes.

  • I'm pretty confident this was a tank top, you know, and nothing tanked up.

  • We didn't do a lot of takes, we rehearsed it.

  • We timed it as you do.

  • You know, you kind of get all the pieces together without, you know, adding the liquid, you know, like that's kind of how you do it and then you go for it and I think we got it done probably in one or two takes when you're doing a scene where you're getting splashed or you're falling into, say, a reservoir lake in Central Park, you have to find something that has multiples.

  • So, but it can't just simply be multiples.

  • It has to be artistically sartorially, like it has to fit a lot of criteria.

  • So my guess is that Pat and I, as we always did talked about a bunch of choices and at the end of the day this is where we landed tank top tutu and heels.

  • So there were a lot of these, which explains why people who all claim to have, I don't think I have, do I have a tutu?

  • I do.

  • So I have, I have it only just shouldn't get to cut to the chase.

  • Where is it?

  • Who's got it?

  • I've got it, Turn the page, you're bored yet all the flower pins are in my possession they went to and just like that.

  • They went back into Carrie's closet.

  • There are pins, there are non pins, There are flowers on, you know, a bobby pin and I have some of my own and I still have a little drawer in my own closet.

  • That's just sentimental.

  • No, I wear them sometimes, or I stick them in my hair.

  • I'll stick him on a bun, I'm very happy with that.

  • Mr de la renta made this for me.

  • I love this dress and yes, I, you know, wouldn't wear feathers today.

  • My favorite memory is himself always so invested and always cared and always took care of details, but also it's just like always smelled good, looked good, knew how to kind of be in a salon.

  • Very old fashioned ideas about a client and a customer and this was Laura Mercier makeup.

  • These were fred Leighton earrings which were such a big deal for me to borrow.

  • But what I remember so much about this night was that um, after the awards were over when we came back and people were gathered and eating and laura Mercier said to me, 24 hour guarantee before I left, she was always like 24 hour guarantee and I was like, she's right.

  • It was hours and hours and hours and hours later and my makeup was still like, I love this.

  • I think I've seen criticism of it, enjoy have fun.

  • Um, this was like a sag award event, I think this was Prada, you get to borrow something you like, you think it speaks to you at a moment in a place and a time for an event and you wear it and maybe some people think you don't look amazing and that's certainly their right.

  • I think the difference is that we all walk out the door every single day, most of us try to make a choice that makes us feel good or like ourselves or appropriate for where we're going or who we're going to be with.

  • We don't walk up to each other and say things like awful.

  • So what's so funny to me about this is like how much chatter it provokes because I'm like, but it's just a thing, it's just an outfit that happened because that person liked it.

  • So what's the point of the criticism?

  • We're all just kind of like making an attempt every day to offer ourselves up to another person.

  • I can tell you everything that I can know about this outfit.

  • Okay, that is not a real Hermes bag.

  • Just so you know, Pat like had a person and she was like, do you want one?

  • I can get you one.

  • No, I don't really not.

  • I don't need one.

  • But this isn't real.

  • The dress is real.

  • The dress is real and it's juicy couture, super pregnant.

  • Did our very best to look how big that bag is in that bag.

  • Had one job to do and did it very poorly.

  • Maybe if it was a real air mixed bag, it would have done a better job colors.

  • I typically wouldn't wear very bold.

  • I didn't really get to dress that much as myself when I was pregnant because I was working so much of the time when I was pregnant, but when I was, you know, in my own life pregnant, I mostly wore overalls.

  • Um this cover, I don't even think I'm fit to comment on it.

  • It's a cover of vogue, Stephen Mizell.

  • Well we were, you know, post september 11th, so we were all different.

  • Um I had a child, probably was just living more civilian.

  • I was probably attempting to live, you know, I had taken a little bit of time off and I mean I'm a new yorker, so life was like a new Yorkers, you know, Christie aides, et cetera.

  • This last shot of Sex and the City.

  • I remember this day so well I brought that scar from home.

  • Pat loved it.

  • That shoe we wore a lot and a bunch of silhouettes that's Manolo read sort of like more almost like it's barely read, it's like vermillion slash going into like tomato carry.

  • It was a much more courageous dresser than I am much more fevered relationship with fashion, much more indulgent.

  • You know, I kind of a much more of an observer most of the time and then occasionally I get to dip in and like participate.

  • Like I wouldn't have been so brave, like I wouldn't have shown so much, but that's not a judgment, it's just different.

  • I just want to say that this day, I didn't read this last scene until I was on my way to the set because I did not know, I did not want to know how the show ended and only when I read the last page did I see john called that, that was the first time the name was revealed to me.

  • Like I'm gonna say six minutes before they called Action.

  • This is Annie Liebowitz for sure.

  • And I'll tell you why I know Annie always likes hair that way.

  • I'm much more inclined to simply fit into what has been in her brain because she does so much prep, She really goes into a space ahead of time.

  • She's there for two or three days.

  • She has such specific ideas about pillows and fabric and lights and stacks and layers and dimension.

  • Like we feel it is our job to figure out where we fit into like the tableau and I say that with respect and operation and a huge amount of personal pride that I have had so many experiences with her and I work as hard now as I did the first time.

  • Like I won't stop trying.

  • Like I almost can't talk about it.

  • I love this so much.

  • I it's been made clear to me that not everybody felt the same way about the stress, which maybe makes me feel even more affection for it.

  • The bird, I'm not gonna repeat the bird story.

  • I think everybody knows the birds story, but the conversation was this bird.

  • I saw it and I thought it was magnificent.

  • What was so crazy to me about this was where the colors, like the colors are especially in person.

  • Like you can't tell we knew how we felt about it.

  • And it like many things it didn't have like we couldn't throw ourselves in front of the court and make a really reasoned argument.

  • Like we had every possibility of losing the case, didn't share or discuss with Michael Patrick King in advance, which was, you know, not fair.

  • It was a little bit of an ambush.

  • And when I came to the set, he was like, why is there a bird on your head?

  • And I was like, look, look at the bird, You would have made the same decision.

  • Of course, you know, he argued against and he he wins a lot for good reason.

  • Like there's a whole thing that's happening always in his head.

  • He knows stuff that I don't know often, which I don't want to know, but we won.

  • And and then of course he put it in, I think later on she was like, I put, I had a bird on my head.

  • Zac posen made this dress for the ballet.

  • I love this dress.

  • Absolutely!

  • This fabric, you can't do right by it in a picture was like had a switch inside it.

  • Love these shoes, These shoes are called Rogue SJP collection.

  • They're beautiful shoes.

  • They're comfortable shoe.

  • They're gorgeous and they're naughty see there's this color rich and there's this color candy or fuchsia.

  • I just loved, I loved everything about it.

  • I love that night and it was for the ballet.

  • So that was a big deal for the new york city ballet, Annie Liebowitz, my husband and I two years ago shooting for vogue to talk about plaza Suite, which I'm running to rehearsal In about 15 minutes to go rehearse.

  • This is inside the Hudson Theatre, I think the oldest theater on Broadway redone.

  • And he had her fastest though.

  • Like this was a fast shoot inside that theater and my handsome husband, hey, um you know what's carry shuffling around and during the, you know, the darkest days of the pandemic when it didn't matter.

  • And she had to run to the deli or run this milers or grab something and you know, what did she throw on her feet that she could wear with the tube sock or woolen socks or tights or naked or bear, whatever.

  • This was written because of one of the writer's own personal stories about when they were smoking and try not to be seen smoking.

  • They put actually on a hoodie zipped all the way up with the hood like super tight around their face and they wore Playtex kitchen, you know, dish gloves and big sunglasses because they didn't want to be seen by their neighbors, but they would only walk around smoking and I was like, I get what you want and I, but it's not a hoodie and this, it's something else.

  • So I love this Batsheva gingham housecoat and I was like, well let's do this version of that.

  • And then we found these three vintage cars and I just started piling piling, piling.

  • This is like yesterday Fernando and laura for Oscar de la renta.

  • And this dress has such an interesting quick story because this pink wasn't there.

  • Initially there was other tool and as we had these couple of fittings, this evolved into this, all the embroidery, the sequence, we're all done out of the country.

  • It was a big deal and he did it so fast and I just think it's a perfect dress.

  • Absolutely perfect.

  • I loved it.

  • This is me going to work downtown.

  • These are all my own clothes from my closet.

  • This is an old dress that I found at a thrift shop.

  • It's kind of basically like a dirndl and I love it because I can wear anything underneath it.

  • This is