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Wednesday May 28, 2008 7:55 pm

Sex and the City’s Fashionable New York Premiere




Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: New Line, Romance, Comedy, New Releases,

Sex and the City

As masses of mostly-female fans huddled behind barriers wearing their promotional tank tops, the four women of the hour strolled down the red carpet for New York’s premiere of (the very last stop on a three-premiere tour for the movie), held at Radio City Music Hall. For this gala event, there is one concern which shines above all others: what did our Sexy ladies wear?

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Sarah Jessica Parker

glowed in a flowing, strapless silver gown with a wide belt. She was more elegant than sexy, but either way Sarah almost always looks fabulous. This night was no exception.

Kristin Davis

sparkled in a gold, below-the-knee frock. I loved the off-the-shoulder top, but the wide row of ruffles at the bottom didn’t do much for me. She set off her look with a black clutch, belt and shoes.

Kim Cattrall

was definitely sexy in a tight silver sheath with an elegantly upswept ‘do. And I just can’t get enough of looking at her shoes - in a word, fabulous.

Cynthia Nixon

was lovely in a flowing white gown that was maybe a smidge too drapey. A little less fabric could have made this gown much more sensational.

Jennifer Judson

, a new addition to the Sex cast, was smokin’ in a hip-hugging smoky silver sheath.

The big event brought out plenty of well-known New Yorkers. Faces seen at the premiere included Jerry Seinfeld and his wife, Regis and Joy Philbin, Ashley Olsen, Anna Wintour (editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine) and crooners Mary J. Blige and Fergie.

The Sex and the City movie opens worldwide in theaters this Friday, and I have already picked out my shoes and the outfit to go around them. I’ve already made pre-movie cosmo-drinking arrangements and have already mentally resigned myself that on Friday, I shall get very little else done other than seeing the flick. I also cry every time I see a trailer and have spent hours and hours of phone time analyzing all possible outcomes for the movie. Think perhaps I’m taking things a little too far? Even if I am, I’m certainly not alone.

A survey of over 9,300 people put together by Fandango (an online ticket-selling source) shows that 70% of women who plan to attend the movie are putting together special group outings for the event. Of those buying tickets on Fandango, 80% of women going to see the film have planned Sex-like soirées to take place before or after the actual viewing of the film. A majority of the group surveyed (68%) said they will drink cosmopolitans on the day they view the movie. Of those who were surveyed on the Sexy topic, 94% were of the female gender.

Get out the high heels, prepare your cocktail shakers and make sure there’s plenty of cranberry juice and vodka in the house - Sex and the City comes to a movie theater near you in less than forty-eight hours. Do you know what you’re wearing yet?

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