The 20th Anniversary of Sex and the City Deserves a Special Look Back!

                                                                                                                                                                        Photo: Vanity Fair

Over the past 20 years women’s (and some men’s!) lives have no-doubt been remarkably changed by Sex and the City! No matter if you yearned to be part of their inner circle, coveted their style, or just used the show as an amusing distraction to escape from your own life for an hour a week – everyone takes something away from this amazing show.  Here’s a look back at a few takeaways, reminders, and finally some answers to questions we always wanted to ask:

SATC writers use this 20th anniversary opportunity to take us behind the scenes of the show and share their favourite lines. [VANITY FAIR

A look back – and fun ranking – of ALL the SATC flings the girls had over the years. Admit it – you had a favorite too! [NY Mag

Legendary SATC costume designer Patricia Field takes us back through the ladies’ incredible styles. [Fashionista

A look inside that amazing SATC bus tour we’re all dying to take. [NY Mag]  

We coveted most of the girls’ outfits over the years – but there certainly were a few of the “what were they thinking?!” variety! [The Daily Front Row

If you’re a single gal in your 30’s YOU can totally relate to these moments in SATC! [The Zoe Report]  

Even SATC had a #metoo moment! [Glamour

Fashion fans share the SATC looks they are still lusting after. [NY Mag]  

The fifth cast member of SATC was NYC! Revisit these iconic New York City locations. [CURBED New York

We’ve always wondered how much all Carrie’s outfits actually cost – now we actually know! [ELLE]  

Admit it – you still order a Cosmo sometimes don’t you?! Learn the amazing history of this fine drink. [Refinery29]  

Inflation happens over 20 years – find out what Carrie’s favorite shoes would cost today! [Page Six]  

The ABC’s of what we’re STILL talking about from SATC history. [NEW YORK POST]