They were fabulously single in the city — four intelligent, professional women living life and looking for love in New York. Viewers tuned into the HBO series each week to follow eclectic Carrie, sexy Samantha, career-driven Miranda and sweet Charlotte’s taste in men, martinis and Manolos.
As a result, Sarah Jessica Parker became a fashion icon, influencing women to don nameplate necklaces, flower pins and newsboy caps.
To borrow a line from the movie, audiences will get “Carrie-d” away this weekend when the highly anticipated Sex and the City: The Movie hits the big screen. Many, like the four Mississippi women we interviewed, plan to dress like their favorite character and attend the film. To read more, click here.