February 17, 2017 @ 8:00 AM
Let's be honest: There are few shows in this world that fashion fiends love more than Sex and The City. So you know we were surprised when a mini reunion of the hit HBO television show took place Thursday night in Next York City.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Cynthia Nixon were both in attendance at the opening night of Matthew Broderick's new play, Evening at the Talk House. As expected, the former flexed her style prowess—Carrie Bradshaw's got nothing on SJP's fashion sense!
Everything was coming up florals for the Divorce star and fashion designer in a bohemian-chic dress and vintage-inspired coat in the classic pattern. She made the look wintry chic by adding knit tights and anchored her ensemble with metallic Mary Janes.
Coincidentally, Nixon seemed to channel a bit of Miranda Hobbes's style. She accented an all-black getup with a cozy, fur-collared blue-tone coat.
Also there to support Broderick: None other than Mario Cantone, who played Charlotte's wedding planner and friend Anthony Marentino.
Meanwhile theater icon Broderick took a cue from his fashionable wife, mixing it up in a brown check sportscoat and blue and white plaid shirt. His striped tie provided the perfect pop of contrast.
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This year Parker and Broderick will be celebrating 20 years of marriage. We're wishing them all the happiness in the world and hopefully a real SATC reunion comes to light on-screen in 2017.
It's amazing. I would do it all over again. [MUSIC] When you started Sex and the City, in was in a time, it was 1998. It was at a time where if you wanted to be a movie actress, doing television was not cool. Now it is, but How did you think that was gonna change your life at the time. When I did the pilot I didn't think it was gonna change my life at all. Except that when they picked it up or when I was reminded I did it frankly. I ran into someone on the street. And they said "I saw your show." And I was like, "What show?" They said, "I saw a show called Sex And The City." And I was like, " my God, right." I [INAUDIBLE] right. You saw it? I haven't seen it. She was like, it's great. I was like. Then it became a conversation. I was like, I don't know if I think I wanna do that. Is there a way to not do that? [LAUGH] I literally said. Really? Yeah. And I went, met my agents in LA, [INAUDIBLE], and I was like, do you think maybe I could not do this now. And cuz I wanted to keep doing a play, and doing a movie, and doing a play. So the way I thought it was gonna change my life was was that it was gonna hold me hostage to a committment. And HBO, in its infinite wisdom. Right. Sat me down and said no, no, no, no, no. We don't function like that. We want you here if you want to be here. And we make shows based on how we are feeling about, we don't have to respond to advertising dollars. So, let's just have a season and see how it goes, and we'll bring in this producer that you love, and we'll all go make some television that we can be proud of. And I was easily convinced, and I went to the set the first day And I never look back. It was the happiest, it was the most productive, fulfilling professional experience I could have imagined. But I still didn't know two years in that it was gonna change my life. All I knew was that I had a job that I loved. And I could still do other things. On my time off, but then, I was shooting the show in New York City, up the street basically, with people who I thought were fantastic, on streets that I loved, telling stories I'd never heard told. But my life I didn't know. I couldn't imagine, because it didn't exist for me to imagine. [MUSIC]