The first season of Carrie Diaries came to a fashionable finale this week. To help ease the withdrawal, we’re taking a look back at all the fab fashion from Season One. While the Sex and the City prequel is set in the ’80s, the show’s costume designer Eric Damon has gone with a decidedly modern… More »
Grown-up Carrie Bradshaw may have loved her designer duds on Sex and the City, but young Carrie takes a far more realistic approach to fashion — both on and off camera.
On Carrie Diaries, Carrie sources many of her high school and internship clothes from her mom’s closet, including her signature “Carrie” bag,… More »
The ’80s are back in a big way for Fall 2013.
Extending on the neon trend thst has been going strong for a while now, we’ve seen big shoulders, culottes and even perms make a return to the fall 2013 runways at New York Fashion Week, making us wonder if New York’s fashion… More »
The year was 1984. That’s when Carrie Bradshaw, a doe-eyed Connecticut teen who’d always dreamed of the big city, got her first glimpse of Manhattan.
“I have arrived, to the place so many before me have come to live out their dreams,” Bradshaw mused while crossing Brooklyn Bridge, setting her sights on the… More »
Carrie Bradshaw returns to the small screen, when the Carrie Diaries premieres on the CW on on Jan. 14, starring AnnaSophia Robb as a teenage Bradshaw. We couldn’t be more excited to see the Sex and the City spinoff — and see all the set style.
While the show chronicles a young Carrie, circa… More »
Sarah Jessica Parker has given The Carrie Diaries her blessing.
The new drama, which premieres Monday night at 8PM on The CW, tells the story of 16-year-old Carrie Bradshaw – before she was living in Manhattan, drinking cosmos and chasing Mr. Big. When AnnaSophia Robb landed the role of the younger Carrie, Parker,… More »
It’s a new year and that means the networks are rolling the dice on series to fill the time slots vacated by their fall fails and while their hits shoot more episodes.
There are some definite trends in the midseason offerings like suburban housewives who find their world evolving (ABC’s Red Widow, NBC’s Save Me). More »