The num­ber of peo­ple who watched the fi nale of Sex and the City in 2004. Car­rie Brad­shaw fi nally got her happy end­ing with Mr. Big, but it was her en­sem­bles ( in­clud­ing the shoes) that would con­tinue to make an im­pact on the fash­ion world.

Vegas Magazine - - Contents - – Katie Bianco

Stroll down mem­ory lane with Sex and the City lovers’ fa­vorite shoe­maker, Sarah Jes­sica Parker; Get “glunge” with the Caten broth­ers at their new­est DSQUARED2 store.


Sarah Jes­sica Parker was born March 25, 1965, and she’s been act­ing nearly as long. At the age of 11 she made her Broad­way de­but in The In­no­cents and, shortly af­ter, played the ti­tle role in An­nie. Movie roles in Foot­loose, L.A. Story, Ho­cus Po­cus and Honey­moon in Ve­gas fol­lowed.


New col­ors for SJP’S new line, launch­ing in Oc­to­ber: “Dash,” “Flir t” and “Wink.”


The num­ber of books per year start­ing in 2018 set to be pub­lished un­der SJP’S new fic­tion im­print SJP for Hog­a­rth. As ed­i­to­rial di­rec­tor of the subim­print, Parker will over­see the se­lec­tion of es­tab­lished and emerg­ing au­thors.


The num­ber of SJP Col­lec­tion stand-alone stores. Parker part­nered with MGM to bring her very first brick-and-mor­tar to Na­tional Har­bor. The shop opened in Bel­la­gio in Au­gust, of­fer­ing shoes, hand­bags, ac­ces­sories and the SJP LBD.


The num­ber of years Parker served on Pres­i­dent Obama’s Com­mit­tee on the Ar ts and Hu­man­i­ties


The year she launched SJP with George Malke­mus III, CEO of Manolo Blah­nik, the fa­vorite brand of Sex in the City’s Car­rie, who be­moaned she could have placed a down pay­ment on her apart­ment for what she’d spent in shoes.

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The maker of the SJP shoes is the third gen­er­a­tion of Tus­can crafts­men in the biz in Italy.

Sarah Jes­sica Parker’s iconic role as Car­rie Brad­shaw on Sex and the City launched a mil­lion shoe fetishes for women around the world. Now you can shop her epony­mous line IRL, in her new store in Bel­la­gio. Here, we give the star’s ca­reer the by-the-num­bers treat­ment. “Hav­ing our own store has long been a goal we’ve worked to­ward, and it feels like a dream to do it twice in 12 months.” – SARAH JES­SICA PARKER

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