SJP’s fashion voice

Lainey Posted by Lainey at April 4, 2017 15:53:03 April 4, 2017 15:53:03

Maria mentioned a few weeks ago that she feels like she’s the only one who cared about HBO’s Divorce starring Sarah Jessica Parker and Thomas Haden Church. They’re shooting season 2 now. I watched the first episode, didn’t hate it but at the same time I didn’t feel like my life had to be reorganised around it either. Which, in the age of Peak TV and Peak Internet and Peak Everything, has become how I prioritise. Does this mean I’m missing out? Probably. It used to be that we could wait until summer, when it’s slow, to catch up on sh-t. But now summer is just as stacked as the rest of the year. The second season of Insecure will be back in the summer, premiering July 23. That’s a week after Game Of Thrones comes back. So, basically, the only time it’s slow is around Christmas. But wait. Netflix released Making A Murderer around Christmas, right? Well F-CK. I’m out of ideas. Please share your suggestions.

Anyway, here’s SJP on set in New York yesterday. The other day, while I was brushing my teeth before bed, Sex And The City 2, the movie was on. It hasn’t gotten any better and I only stayed for Stanford’s wedding. And the part right when Samantha’s talking to Anthony’s cousin who tells her that he lays concrete. It’s the way she delivers the next line, “That sounds promising”, before they cut to them f-cking the sh-t out of each other that kills me. Anyway, maybe it’s because I’ve been listening to SJP narrate VOGUE’s history of fashion pieces in celebration of the magazine’s 125th anniversary. Have you seen the videos? I’ve embedded the 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s below. I LOVE her fashion voice. SJP takes fashion seriously. We see it all the time but it’s most obvious at the MET Gala where she can be relied on to be one of the people, sometimes the only person, who puts the most consideration into the theme, an ambassador for fashion as an art form. I would never be afraid to ask SJP what she’s wearing at an award show. Because I would never be afraid that she would take it as an insult.


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