The long-awaited Sex and the City follow-up, HBO Max’s And Just Like That..., is fast approaching—and with that, comes some exciting sneak peeks into the fresh new looks we can expect from the upcoming reiteration.
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And Just Like That… continues where Sex and the City left off, following the lives of best friends Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), Charlotte Goldenblatt (Kristin Davis) and Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon) who are now in their 50’s and juggling romantic affairs, personal escapades, and professional antics in New York City.
Filming has already begun for the new series, allowing fervent SATC fans a chance to get a glimpse of the fashion to come for the famous trio of women. Ahead, take a look at some of the sartorial ensembles we’re set to see on And Just Like That… come later this year—it’s safe to say that we already love what we see.
Sarah Jessica Parker wore a gray trench coat matched with a gray zip pin fedora by Larose Paris.
Parker looked all business in a vintage Gucci burgundy striped suit, paired with vintage Manolo Blahnik BB leather pumps and a vintage Chanel lambskin leather flap clutch (not pictured).
Parker wore a colorful striped sweater and a dramatic sheer white skirt with Fendi’s vintage Baguette purple sequined bag and Chanel’s white leather ankle boots.
In a comfy summer fit, she wore a linen off-white ensemble paired with Swedish Hasbeens slip-on high-heel clogs.
Parker stepped out on the town in a colorful dress and white cardigan, paired with statement golden platform sandal heels.
Going heavy on vintage, Parker wore Judy Hornby’s ’80s couture silk ombré dress paired with an Esenshel hat and vintage Miu Miu python platform nude heels from the brand’s spring/summer 2003 collection. She accessorized with bead and stone necklaces by Marlo Laz and Alp Sagnak, respectively.
Carrie Bradshaw always did love layers.
Kristin Davis stepped out in a Gucci pussy bow floral silk chiffon blouse, paired with a Brandon Blackwood Kuei medium bag and brown Louboutin Pigalle Plato pumps (not pictured).
Davis looked demure in a Maison Alaïa ruffled cotton-jersey T-shirt and long skirt, worn with Louboutin’s Loubi Queen sandals.
Davis stepped out in a coordinated white-yellow ensemble featuring Anne Fontaine’s Candide transparent mesh shirt and a Zac Posen floral-print skirt. She accessorized with a matching white Dior bag and yellow Manolo Blahnik BB pumps.
In a dark-neutral ensemble, Cynthia Nixon wore Altuzarra’s wrap-waist Mckenna shirt along with Akris’s windowpane check midi skirt. She paired the look with block-heel suede combat boots by Gianvito Rossi and a leather flat bag by Gerard Darel.
Nixon wore Jessica Simpson’s Mandalaye ballet flats in ash blue along with Shinola’s Runwell backpack. She also carried an Elk the Label Cardis bag.
Nicole Ari Parker wore a bright-pink puff-sleeved top paired with Max Mara linen gabardine shorts. She accessorized with a Louis Vuitton Coussin PM bag, Linda Farrow oversized Keaton glasses, and a pair of rainbow sandals by Yves Saint Laurent.
In a staple elegant and conservative Charlotte York-Goldenblatt look, Kristin Davis was seen in a St. John tweed empire-waist midi dress and Jimmy Choo Love 100 ballet-pink patent-leather pointed pumps, accessorized with Cartier’s Panthère de Cartier watch and a Louis Vuitton Capucines bag. She wore her hair in elegant loose waves.
Sarah Jessica Parker matched Davis in pink, wearing a cool, light pastel-pink coat over a cream striped dress, paired with a black shoulder bag and vintage ’90s white heels. She wore her hair in a sleek side ponytail.
Sarah Jessica Parker, wearing a polka-dot Carolina Herrera skirt, is seen with Chris Noth, a.k.a. Mr. Big, on the set of And Just Like That.
SJP’s Carrie Bradshaw wears an ornate headpiece and embellished heels with her dotted look, as Mr. Big wears a dark suit and tie.
Carrie Bradshaw wears Forever 21? SJP was seen wearing a sundress from the fast-fashion brand, over a chambray top and glittery platform heels while filming in New York City.
Bridget Moynahan wears a belted white dress and carries an oversized tote bag during a moment with Parker.
The now grown-up Goldenblatt daughters, Parker Fong’s Lily and Liliana Pizzuto’s Rose, were spotted alongside set parents Evan Handler and Kristin Davis at the Lyceum Theatre near the Manhattan School of Music throughout filming wearing gorgeous Oscar de la Renta designs, Fong in the brand’s altered floral-appliqué halter-neck dress and Pizzuto in its pleated printed cotton-blend poplin dress. Fong additionally opted for Loeffler Randall’s Camellia bow heel sandals featuring an ankle strap pearl, while Pizzuto dressed down the look in a vintage tuxedo T-shirt and high-top sneakers by Comme des Garçons x Converse.
Charlotte York-Goldenblatt’s husband, Harry Goldenblatt’s Evan Handler, made an appearance in a Paul Smith Soho single-breasted wool-blend suit.
Carrie Bradshaw’s BFF, Stanford Blatch, played by Willie Garson, entered the premises in a royal blue Paul Smith notch-lapel suit.
Steve Brady’s David Eigenberg was seen on set with Miranda Hobbes’s Cynthia Nixon in another Paul Smith Soho single-breasted wool-blend suit, while Nixon wore a Gerard Darel Nahomy silk tie-dye blouse and matching Laisa silk skirt.
Anthony Marentino’s Mario Cantone shared a cute moment with Sarah Jessica Parker in a Paul Smith Soho blazer and John Varvatos Reed low-top sneakers.
Davis entered the Lyceum Theatre near the Manhattan School of Music for filming in a Lela Rose embellished garden sleeveless cocktail dress with Manolo Blahnik BB light gray suede pointed-toe pumps and a Louis Vuitton Capucines mini bag.
Davis took to the streets in an Emilia Wickstead Elita printed cotton poplin midi dress, along with Alexandre Birman Clarita padded leather block-heel sandals, a Fendi basket logo-embossed tote bag, and a tennis necklace by Meira T Jewelry.
Natasha’s Bridget Moynahan made an epic return on the SoHo set in New York City, exiting a black vehicle during filming in a simple blue button-up blouse and a flared khaki pencil skirt, paired with an oversized green bag and sandals.
Carrie Bradshaw’s Sarah Jessica Parker looked characteristically trendy and timeless, wearing a vintage Claude Montana panelled linen jumpsuit from Replika Vintage under a statement, Dries van Noten floral silk satin cropped jacket with padded shoulders per the brand’s 2017 Spring/Summer collection. She was additionally seen carrying a vintage Lewis mixed metal chain bag.
In an ode to more vintage, Parker wore Norma Kamali’s Victorian-inspired black & white check royal skirt along with a Fry Powers turquoise malachite rope necklace and Rosa de la Cruz’s classic ebony bracelet (not pictured). She paired the look with Celine “Melody” tri-buckle Mary Jane pumps from the brand’s Autumn/Winter 2020 collection.
Consistent with her fundamentally tradition-abiding character, Charlotte York Goldenblatt’s Kristin Davis was pictured in a timelessly elegant capsule look, this one featuring a vintage Givenchy by J. Galliano ruffle organza top, per the 1996 Autumn/Winter collection, and a classic black Chanel crossbody: the brand’s tweed wallet on chain.
Davis looked pretty in pink in a Go Silk rose detail shirt and white midi skirt, accessorized with a custom Jennifer Fischer medium heart-shaped charm necklace with pave white diamonds, a Louis Vuitton “Capucines PM” bag in Framboise, and Nike “Benassi JDI Swoosh” rubber slide sandals.
Embodying more preppy elegance, Davis wore a Carolina Herrera polka dot off-shoulder blouse, Prada floral patent leather pumps, and Dior’s “Lady Dior” mini bag (not pictured).
Davis stuck with the polka dots in a blue Balenciaga asymmetric pleated crepe midi skirt, paired with a Stella McCartney puff-sleeve cotton top, Cartier bracelet, and Manolo Blahnik snakeskin stiletto pumps.
Mirroring her character’s boss woman energy, Miranda Hobbes’ Cynthia Nixon wore a red dash halter jumpsuit by Likely and YSL studded leather platform sandals.
In a more colorful and exciting ensemble, Nixon wore a Dries van Noten “Dorias” drawstring tie-dyed striped faille midi dress along with Clergerie’s leather animal print wedges, carrying Loewe’s “Balloon” bag.
Appearing put-together and conservative, Nixon wore an Altuzarra “Oleana” checked blouse with Vince belted tapered pants with Manolo Blahnik leather pumps (not pictured).
New cast member Lisa Todd Wexley’s Nicole Ari Parker looked artsy and free-spirited in The Row’s “Pernise” two-tone belted silk coat paired with Veronica Silicani’s “Secchiellone” bag. She additionally wore a Monies oversized cable chain necklace as well as a Rianna and Nina one-of-a-kind elastic bracelet with brooches.
This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US