Sex and the City is all about love. Love of friendship, love of romance, love of NYC, and most importantly love of fashion. The characters on the HBO series wear clothing that is so unforgettable and iconic that we had to go and make a list of the best outfits worn on the show. Whether it's Carrie's spunky tutu skirts or Charlotte's classy sundresses that channel Liz Taylor, each character offers incredible ensembles throughout the series that inspire us to empty our wallets and update our closets. In this scene, Carrie and Aiden have just gotten back together after their messy split, and our favorite sex columnist has to work to win back the affection of her man.
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It kickstarted a premium cable movement, proving that networks like HBO and Showtime could make long-lasting, quality shows, and paving the way for future generations of programming. The wildly popular show ended in and led to two films, and now, 10 years later, we look back at the cast of this modern classic and see what they're up to these days. Parker was well-known for roles in films like 'Ed Wood' and 'Mars Attacks. Parker has been married to actor Matthew Broderick since She eventually settles down with Smith Jerrod, a waiter she transforms into a movie star. Charlotte's first marriage falls apart, and she subsequently marries her lawyer. Davis previously had supporting roles in the films 'Nine Months' and 'Sour Grapes,' and was the least known actress of the bunch.
Sex and the City: The Movie
Since I cannot represent every woman in reviewing this film, I will summon my inner Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha to give their opinions. After all, it is their movie. Sure she writes books now and receives monstrous advances so she can support her fabulous wardrobe, but the column was the keystone of the show.
But upon further inspection, the entire ensemble costs as much as a house. Even Kristin Davis, who played Charlotte on Sex and the City, voiced her opinion in the comments section. One commenter wrote, "We have to stan the queen of financial mismanagement! Please wait Cannabis Debate.