Oglądamy kultowe stylizacje z „Seksu w Wielkim Mieście”

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Każdy się zgodzi, czy fan, czy też nie, że serial wyprodukowany przez HBO – Seks w Wielkim Mieście już na zawsze zapisał się na kartach historii seriali telewizyjnych.

W tym roku przygody przyjaciółek z Nowego Jorku kończą 20 lat, dlatego też postanowiliśmy przypomnieć Wam najbardziej kultowe kostiumy głównych bohaterek!

W tym zadaniu pomogło nam nieco konto na Instagramie, którego celem jest zgromadzenie wszystkich stylizacji, jakie pojawiły się przez 6 sezonów serialu. Która stylizacja jest Waszą ulubioną i z którą bohaterką się utożsamiacie? Piszcie!

Czytaj także: Czego nauczyliśmy się, oglądając „Seks w Wielkim Mieście”?

Attention Sydney! ?? We are thrilled to announce a very special screening of the first Sex and the City film at Golden Age cinema (@ourgoldenage) featuring exclusive audio commentary from us! Yes bitch, you can hear us discussing Carrie's iconic New Year's eve look, Lily's designer handbag addiction, and what Carrie really meant when she said that Mr. Big "rarely stays inside the lines." The screening is on Sunday January 7th at 5:30PM, tickets are $26. The the bar will serve cosmos for the occasion and 1/2 of this duo (@chelsea.fairless) will be lurking in the shadows somewhere. Click the link in our bio to buy tickets, we are also giving away three double passes to the first three people who comment "I CURSE THE DAY YOU WERE BORN" on this post. See you guys there, and don't worry, we will revisit this legendary outfit soon ? UPDATE: Due to popular demand, a second show has been added at 8:30!

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?WARHOLIAN CHARLOTTE? If you don't remember this look, that's probably because it's from the extended cut of the first Sex and the City film. That version is mainly noteworthy because of the lengthier fashion show sequence, wherein Charlotte dons Carrie's iconic Warhol-inspired Versace dress. The Marilyn Monroe / James Dean print was originally introduced in Gianni Versace's landmark S/S '91 pop art collection. Naomi Campbell wore a beaded evening gown featuring the print on the runway, which was later modeled by Linda Evangelista (a.k.a. Trey's IRL ex) in the ad campaign. Today in Milan, the print triumphantly reemerged on the Versace catwalk in the form of dresses, shoes, hosiery, and one spectacular beaded catsuit. Donatella Versace designed the collection as a tribute to her late brother, who will have died 20 years ago as of July. This show is certainly the most literal interpretation of his archives that we've seen from her, not that we're complaining or anything. In short, the collection was spectacular, moving, and you should probs get off Instagram and look at it now. #CharlotteYork #GianniVersace #DonatellaVersace #PopArt #LindaEvangelista #NaomiCampbell #1991 #FashionHistory #Warholian

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?STRAIGHT GIRL v STRAIGHT TIE ? Our previous post elicited a host of reactions ranging from accusations of homophobia to several straight women asserting that they do in fact wear straight ties. It is worth noting for newbies that this account is written by a menswear-loving straight girl (@laurengarroni) and a femme lesbian (@chelsea.fairless). So at the end of the day, our account is bi just like Samantha. Most posts are a culmination of our pithy thoughts on these looks, but on occasion we differ. So in honor of our diverging opinions, we are resurrecting an old post to each give our take on the (evidently) hot button issue of straight women wearing ties. ———————————————— Lauren: Tie wearing in the pantheon of straight female looks comes with the added baggage of the women who have done it so well before. In imbibing, you cannot help but strike comparisons to one of the Annie’s (Hall or Lennox). Unless you’re Sofia Coppola in some European edition of Vogue. I understand the subversive notion that the visual connotes, but take Charlotte for example. It seems more like she’s cosplaying as Diane Keaton than displaying her own holistic style. The look is wearing her, she is not wearing the look. So like with lesbianism in college, every straight girl has dabbled with a tie and decided it just wasn’t for them. Although they will never stop talking about how they tried it once. ———————————————— Chelsea: You know that quote about the Velvet Underground that is basically like, “They didn’t sell any records but everyone that bought one went out and started a band”? That's what Annie Hall did for straight girls and straight ties. Everyone saw that movie, bought a straight tie, wore it once, and then realized that it was a horrible fucking idea. I’m sure that Charlotte quickly came to the same conclusion. Not many women can pull off a straight tie without looking like a fashion victim. Which is why when someone actually does pull it off it looks so fucking good. I live for Diane Keaton, Annie Lennox and Janelle Monáe. And it’s a controversial opinion, but I heavily fuck with Paula Poundstone and feel that her look is on the verge of being co-opted by Vetements.

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