Get the Sex and the City 2 Catalogue, I Mean Book

Ever wanted to buy the clothes right off Carrie's back? The Sex and the City 2 producers have just the solution for you: a Sex and the City 2 book, wh
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Ever wanted to buy the clothes right off Carrie's back? The Sex and the City 2 producers have just the solution for you: a Sex and the City 2 book, wh
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Ever wanted to buy the clothes right off Carrie's back? The Sex and the City 2 producers have just the solution for you: a Sex and the City 2 book, which provides credits for every look in the movie.

Yes, you read that right: Every single look, right down to the panties.

Available in paperback for $19.95 and a deluxe limited edition hardcover for $29.95, the book basically catalogs the wardrobes of Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte, and Miranda. The pages are laid out with a film still on the right and the outfit on a model form on the left, with every piece credited to its designer.

The book also covers location scouting, looks that didn't make the cut, and some wonderful pics of Pat Field.

The real question is, what did we learn? Carrie is back to her crazy style ways, after cleaning up a little in the first movie. No more head-to-toe Proenza, actually no Proenza at all, instead tons of Halston (obviously), Chanel, Dior, Margiela, and an insane amount of jumpsuits. Also notable is the significant amount of vintage. Almost every character's wardrobe is 25% vintage. But we wouldn't expect anything less from Pat Field.

The usual boys are there too, and no, we're not talking about Mr. Big, Steve, Harry, or Smith. We mean boys by the names of Mr. Blahnik, Mr. Louboutin, and Mr. Atwood.

The best credit of the book? A kelly green, terrycloth wristband labeled, "Sex and the City 2 Souvenir Sweatband." Out of all the souvenirs we hoped would come from SATC2, a gym accessory was not one of them.

Overall, the ladies look glitzy and glam, the clothes are bright, shocking, and over-the-top, and the plot, well no one really cares about that, do they?