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Sarah Jessica Parker announced she would be releasing her own shoe collection last September, and now the wait is finally over — a preview of the SJP shoe line has made its debut online.
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Over at Glamour, the magazine reveals the collection as part of its February issue, with the Sex and the City alum-turned-shoe-designer hinting at a nod to Carrie Bradshaw’s eccentric style. The range features classic pumps, canvas flats, lace-up booties and T-strap heels — named “The Carrie,” which her beloved character surely would have kept in her closest.
“I’m privileged that I played her,” Parker told Glamour. “I was exposed to so many beautiful shoes and to how they’re made. That role really cemented my love.”
The full preview comes on the heels of Lucky magazine’s sneak peek, revealing one shoe from the line last week, as reported by Racked.
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Although it’s been 10 years since the hit HBO series ended, Parker recently hinted at a possible reunion in the February issue of InStyle. “A part of me thinks there is one last chapter to tell,” Parker told the glossy. “But timing is a peculiar thing. It isn’t a decision that can wait forever. I don’t want to have to wear muumuus!”
The SJP shoe line, which retails from $195 to $485, will be available at Nordstrom on Feb. 28.
View the entire collection at Glamour.
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