How ‘Sex and the City’ Changed Pop Culture and Fashion

June 6, 2020

In the early 2000s, no television show changed the cultural zeitgeist more than “Sex and the City.” The show made Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall household names and catapulted Manolo Blahnik to become the most desirable shoe in women’s fashion. During the series' heyday, Inside Edition met with fans of the show who had a vast collection of expensive dress shoes thanks to Carrie Bradshaw and the gang and looked at the early careers of the show’s stars.

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