Style File: Sarah Jessica Parker Does New York Fashion Week

Posted on February 16, 2017

It’s nice to see the gal who, like it or not, represents “New York City Fashion” to a lot of people making the rounds of Fashion Week again. She doesn’t always feel the need and tends to take breaks from it.


Sarah Jessica Parker attends the Narciso Rodriguez Fall 2017 Show during New York Fashion Week in NYC.

We can’t quite tell what’s going on with that footwear situation; whether we’re looking at something open-toed or something two-toned. We’ve decided to ignore them, mainly because we kind of love everything else that’s going on. It’s a little weird, a little over-curated and a little random in its choices, but it just feels so very FASHIONY, no? We’ve always said that NYFW isn’t necessarily as dressy as people sometimes assume, given the kinds of pictures of attendees that get the most attention. For an attendee who is going to get attention and needs to bring something interesting to the table, this is kind of a great look.

In a NYFW kinda way.



Sarah Jessica Parker attends the Prabal Gurung Fall 2017 Show during New York Fashion Week in NYC.

Thank god she started laughing, because that was kind of our reaction too. Like the previous look, it’s just so very curated and preciously styled, with just enough annoying details to invoke the urge to shoot an eyeroll at it, but again, it’s a great look for a high-fashion setting where your only purpose is to get your picture taken wearing something from the designer. The only part we truly don’t like (apart from those dumb things hanging off the skirt) is the bag, which is just jarring in its contrast. And this style of dress really doesn’t go well with a cross-body bag.




Style Credits:
First Look: Narciso Rodriguez Sequin Sleeveless Dress from the Spring 2017 Collection
Second Look: Prabal Gurung Cross Back Dress with Pleated Sleeves Featuring Script Detail from the Spring 2017 Collection

[Photo Credit: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images, Jason Kempin/Getty Images, IMAXTree]

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