I didn't think this gloomy day could get any worse. But now, on top of thinking about K-Swiss when Chuck Bass comes on the screen, I have to think about the Sex and the City sequel. Thanks, Kim Catrall (she confirms its existence at about ten minutes in). I hated the first movie's wardrobe. The eclectic and charming use of vintage, high street, designer, and couture fashion that made the show so much fun to watch was missing from the big screen. All the vintage was designer vintage, all the "risky" outfits came from the runway, and every single outfit was An Outfit. All the fun parts were missing. So now that the women aren't just older, but plain old, how will Pat put the fun bits back into the wardrobe? Because honestly, the plot will be shit - there is absolutely nothing left to say about these women, or Big - and the clothes are all we have to look forward to. On a related note, wouldn't it be wonderful if they shot the entire thing inside so that we don't know what everything looks like months before?
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Sex and the City 3? Really?
After the complete and utter (not to mention offensive) disaster that was Sex and the City 2, can the girls really be up for making a third? Apparently so. "I would love to do a third film," Kristin Davis told the UK's Metro. "We all want to do it, I guess it’s just figuring out whether we can move the characters forward any more." It's a good point. What would a third look like? Sex and the City 3: Hot Hot Flashes? Sigh. Even though no plans have been revealed to make SATC a trilogy, it could happen. The empire is a massive money maker and folks who have been fans since Sex and the City was an awesome show on HBO have an attachment to Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda. If one good thing could come of a Sex and the City trilogy it would be watching the genius that is Pat Field take it on. Her costumes for the series and movies are always dazzling and influential. Love them or hate them, Field put harem pants on the map that summer. What will she have women wearing next?