EXCLUSIVE: Sex And The City Stylist Judges The Film’s Red Carpet Style

Sex And The City fashion guru Patricia Field gave a fashion thumbs-up to the outfits worn by the movie’s four leading ladies at their star studded New York premiere. The legendary stylist spoke to RadarOnline.com exclusively to break down what the quartet did right.

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Sarah Jessica Parker
, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis, pulled out all the stops to make sure that they looked their best for the red carpet runway.

“I thought the four of them all did a really good job on the red carpet last night,” Field said. “Sarah’s lemon Valentino dress was stunning and I also really liked how elegant Cynthia’s black Carolina Herrera gown looked on her.

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“Naeem Khan designed the gold dress especially for Kim Cattrall and it looked great and I thought that Kristin looked spectacular in her pink vintage Jean Desses design too.”

Field is excited for audiences to catch her work on the sequel which hits movie theaters on Thursday.

“I think people will really like the designs in Sex And The City 2 and I’m very pleased about the way all the styles look in the new movie,” she said.

“When it comes to fashion I am very hard to please, so, that says a lot about the costume design for this project. Hopefully, people will feel the same when they go to see the film too.”

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Field met Parker while she was filming Miami Rhapsody in 1995. The actress was so enchanted with her designs that the pair became friends and Field signed a deal with HBO to work on Sex And The City as their costume designer.

Award-winning Field has been in constant demand by high society clientele ever since and she has also worked on Ugly Betty, Hope & Faith and The Devil Wears Prada.

She is the owner of Patricia Field, a boutique located in Manhattan which boasts Madonna and Lady Gaga as clients.

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