Accessorizing like Carrie Bradshaw has never been easier. Because take this: Sarah Jessica Parker has teamed up with Fendi to create a limited-edition shimmery pink handbag that will be available to buy in just a few weeks.
Oh, and you’ve probably seen the handbag in all its glory on screen. In the Thursday, January 28 episode of sex and the city revival series, …and just like thatCarrie rocked the fabulous Wand while out and about with Seema Patel [Sarita Choudhury].
The stunning bag is adorned with pink sequins, has leather straps and, of course, the iconic FF buckle.
According to a press release, the piece “is inspired by the original version from the 1999/2000 Fendi FW collection worn by Sarah Jessica Parker in the acclaimed Sex And The City scene in the early 2000s.”
For reference, Carrie rocked a purple sequined Fendi Baguette bag in Season 3 of sex and the city. The bag was stolen from her while she was walking around SoHo and she told the attacker, “It’s a baguette.”
The accessory made a big comeback in episode 3 of …and just like thatwhen Carrie wore the glitzy number on a night out with Charlotte [Kristen Davis] and Miranda [Cynthia Nixon].
Bringing back iconic pieces from the Original Series for the Revival Series has been made as easy as possible thanks to the fact that Parker has kept an archive of every Original Series apparel, shoe and accessory.
costume designers Molly Rogers and Danny Santiago Recount We Weekly that they carefully selected certain elements that had significance for fans to use in the revival.
“We wanted to spotlight these treasures because fans really love them. They want to see them again,” Rogers said. However, they insisted on not “overdoing it”.
“We really found perfect moments to be able to present these pieces,” Santiago told Stylish.
Besides the Fendi Baguette Bag, the costumers also offered a few pairs of shoes, including Manolo Blahnik pumps, a cameo, the Roger Belt, which first appeared in 2008 sex and the city film, a modern twist, and the Versace dress that Carrie wore for the first time in Paris, another twist.
In addition to sentimental pieces, they also purchased vintage items from ThredUp, searched for items at thrift stores, and picked a handful of items from new designer collections.