EXCLUSIVE: Inside Sex and the City 2 Style!

Oct. 26 2009, Updated 6:06 a.m. ET

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While the on-screen loves and lives of the Sex and the City gals are under tight wraps, RadarOnline.com can help shed some light on the always-fabulous fashion to be featured in the upcoming sequel.

NYC-based jewelry designer Jennifer Fisher is a longtime favorite of the cast and film production, and has sent the film numerous pieces from her celeb fave collection.

And get all the style details after the jump!

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Fisher's range consists of intricate pendants, from gothic letters and constructed shapes to pave-diamond adorned charms, and offers the perfect balance between the high end and wearability. What more could the SATC ladies want?

"Someone like Charlotte Kristin Davis is my core market, my 'Mom.'" Fisher tells us, "She'll be in the sweet version of anything, usually with a diamond. It's a bit more delicate."

For this go-round, Davis' character Charlotte York-Goldenblatt will be keeping in theme with sweet neckpieces with elegant bling, with adornments like hearts that she wore in the first flick.

As for everyone's fave Carrie Bradshaw, Sarah Jessica Parker, Fisher says her look is "completely editorial." Carrie, as ever, will be like something out of a magazine, with touches like inscribed bracelets and pinned pendants.

As for Kim Cattrall's Samantha, expect her one constant—larger than life!

"No surprise, Samantha has it all--the big cuffs, oozing with gold," said Fisher.

Cattrall herself is a huge fan of the line, and has a version of her Jennifer Fisher initial necklace for the raunchy Ms. Jones.

Keep an eye out for all of Fisher's fantastic gems on the fab four, and check out her full collection here.

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