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Hollywood ‘And Just Like That…’ Just Featured Carrie’s Most Extravagant Dress From ‘Sex and the City’ Theviraltime



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And Just Like That… couldn’t help but feature another piece of fashion history from Sex and the City.

During the flagship series’ two-part finale, which aired on HBO in 2004, Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) arrives at her fairy-tale-esque hotel room with nothing but joyful anticipation. However, as day turns to night, she finds she’s been stood up by her then love interest Aleksandr Petrovsky (Mikhail Baryshnikov). Of course, nothing romanticizes heartbreak like the image of a beautiful woman draped in an Atelier Versace mille feuille gown, staring achingly out her window at the Eiffel Tower. 

The gown in question, which may be the most iconic in the series’ six-season history, was valued at $80,000, per People, and is reportedly the most expensive dress Carrie ever wore.  

“An American Girl in Paris, Part Une” 

HBO, HBO Max

Now, almost 20 years later, we’ve learned that Carrie has only fond feelings toward the dress. In the reboot’s eighth episode, which hit HBO Max on January 20, the author and podcast host is archiving her favorite wardrobe pieces for storage. In one scene she asks Seema Patel (Sarita Choudhury), “Do you want to see something amazing?” Of course!

It’s then that she brings out the massive Versace number, saying, “I don’t want to brag, but it is my pride and joy.” Carrie goes on to explain that she’s worn the garment only twice: “Once in Paris. And once here, just for fun. I sat at that window and ate a whole thing of Jiffy Pop.”

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