Victoria Beckham will be, Katie Price might be, and who really knows about Patricia Field in the wardrobe department...but now's your turn (maybe) to get close to Carrie Bradshaw. Movie producers of the 'Sex and the City' sequel are holding an open casting call for movie extras on Aug. 4, according to Popwatch.
Be sure to stop in if you fit any of the following categories: "international types," professional soccer players, fashion models, urban club goers, gays and lesbians, celebrity types or upscale socialites. We're not sure what this means for the plot, but let us know what happens if you go to the call.
Patricia Field, the iconic stylist responsible for the trademark fashions on 'Sex and the City', has two things she would like you to know: She doesn't give a freak about the economy, and she kinda wants to give SuBo a makeover.
First, the news has broken that Field might quit the SATC franchise (and, therefore, not style the second film due out next year) after having a row with Sarah Jessica Parker. SJP saw the new Carrie Bradshaw as a recessionista. Field thinks: not a great idea. "I don't use the recession as a reference for my creativity," she tells Grazia.
So what would be her next project? Maybe Susan Boyle. "I would probably make her a glamorous opera diva," Field says. "Roll on the make up. Put her in a corset, put her in a diva gown - give her a hot wig and let her go and sing."
We say: As long as Boyle doesn't end up looking like first-season Miranda, we're good.
Or at least that's what it seems from his watercolour-grid prints for Resort 2010. Jonathan Saunders has just expanded his product range (to include scarves, t-shirts and knitwear), and with style references from Jackie O to Carrie Bradshaw, we see quite a few people being impressed.
Sarah Jessica Parker channeled Carrie Bradshaw at the Broadway premiere of The Philanthropist last night, although we're not sure Carrie would've dated someone with muttonchops. Matthew Broderick, get thee to a barber.
Trust Vivienne Westwood to show us how it's done. While most brands are feeling the pinch during the current economic downturn, Westwood is selling dresses worth £16,000 without a sweat. Not any dress I might add. Last week we reported that the wedding dress Sarah Jesssica Parker wore as Carrie Bradshaw in the 'Sex and the City' movie completely sold out on Net-a-Porter.
It's hardly a suprise, then, that the legendary designer has launched a bridal range. If your bank balance can cope with the hefty £16,000 price tag for many of the designs, make an appointment to try them on at the Davies Street store in London (020 7629 3757).