Sarah Jessica Parker, a trendsetter and fashion icon since she played Carrie Bradshaw's character in Sex and the City, has been making big headlines again since HBO Max announced the new series And Just Like That – the follow-up to the famous series that narrated the love affairs of four New Yorkers in the Big Apple.
This time it would not be Patricia Field but Molly Rogers who would be in charge of the wardrobe, although the latter was her assistant for many years. Rogers updated the costumes of the protagonists and gave it a current twist, taking Parker as the main style reference.
The actress continues to be a benchmark of style and a perfect showcase for the next trends that are going to be worn. In one of the episodes, the stylist dresses Bradshaw's character in a Claude Montana slip jumpsuit combined with a Dries van Noten floral bomber jacket and Saint Laurent flats.
A style that drew particular attention due to the fact that it included not one, but two bags in the set. One was of Lewis wire mesh and the other of green raffia adorned with a tortoise-shaped bead.
A trend known in the industry as "double bag" and that the stylist has repeated in more scenes, such as the outfit made up of a long tutu skirt, a colored striped shirt and two bags, a tote bag and a purple bag. very eye-catching from Fendi.