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Sarah Jessica Parker Loves Shoes – So Why Not make It a business?


Sarah Jessica Parker had a successful first shoe collection for Spring / Summer 2014, so now she moves on down the calendar, celebrating her love for shoes by releasing her shoe label, SJP, for Autumn / Winter 2014.

According to Elle, Parker’s latest collection has a neutral color palette, focusing on classic nineties shapes. She named one of the styles “Carrie, ” after her own Sex and The City character.

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What can we say, if you love someone, name a shoe after them. Makes sense.

She named one style “Blythe, ” after actress Blythe Danner. Parker explained, “This beautiful shoe exudes a sort of sophistication. A metropolitan personality.”

And there’s the sexy Pat boot, for Sex and the City’s costume designer Patricia Field, “who has been an enormous influence on me and millions of others. Without her contributions, Carrie Bradshaw would have been incomplete.”

Parker also honored her favorite hairstylist, Serge Normant, in her ‘Serge’ bootie. And she named a pump “Rachel, ” after her sister.

My hair stylist’s name is Shimon. I’m thinking –of sneakers.



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