Sure, she had hot guys and great friends and some seriously envy-inducing hair, but what's really always made us wish we were Carrie Bradshaw was that killer closet. As The New York Post tells it, "'Sex and the City' designer Lydia Marks and business partner Lisa Frantz transformed a square-foot guest bedroom into the famous closet that made movie audiences gasp. Like Carrie's clothing shrine, the closet holds more than pairs of designer shoes, dozens of handbags, racks of clothes organized by label, as well as drawers full of oversized sunglasses and bling. This may be even better than Kimora Lee Simmons ' insane "satellite closet" we got a sneak peek into the other day!
By now, if you're a "Sex and the City" fan, chances are good that you've seen the feature-film version of the HBO series. Maybe you gasped as Carrie appeared onscreen in a vintage floral ensemble. Or perhaps, days after watching the movie, you're still wondering, "What shade of blue was that on Carrie's walls? The interior design of their homes is no exception. Carrie's writing desk and laptop are even part of the Smithsonian Institution 's permanent collection. Achieving just the right look for each character was no easy feat. In an interview on the HBO Web site, the series and film production designer Jeremy Conway explains: "In the beginning, there was a great deal of design and thought that went into each of the characters' apartments.
On this day 10 years ago, we were blessed with the first Sex and the City movie, a two-hour bonanza of fashion and luxury and bad puns that's 79 percent responsibility for my homosexuality. No joke: I have vivid memories watching this movie at home in the fall of and thinking, "Yup, I love this. I need to know every single thing about these women and their lives. Emphasis on the word ridiculous. The Sex and the City movie is enjoyable, yes, but it's also positively bonkers—even by SATC standards, which duped millions of people into thinking a year-old woman could survive in Manhattan writing just one newspaper column a week. That seems totally logical compared to some of the hijinks from the Sex and the City movie, which put a full bird on Carrie's head for her wedding:. Samantha's hat. It's an insane article of clothing. Let's call a spade a spade.
Having said that, I believe strongly that it takes a special individual who can remain active in the church and have a non-traditional marriage. There is no freedom to think, no freedom to speak your mind, and no freedom to do anything that 'the brethren' say not to. I'm pointing this out because I don't know her and couldn't tell you what to expect. There are other ways.