Sarah Jessica Parker Makes Cat Lady Look Chic in Maison Margiela

Carrie Bradshaw’s feline love story continues.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JULY 02: Sarah Jessica Parker is seen on location for 'And Just Like That' on J...
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Sarah Jessica Parker took her character’s new cat for a walk on the set of And Just Like That.., but Carrie Bradshaw is no simple cat lady. She was wearing a statement-making Maison Margiela denim skirt with a fringe hem. The waist of the sculptural piece was folded in to create a ruched and padded look. The front bustle is back.

On top, Parker wore a nude long-sleeve Donna Karan New York top with a V-neck and a pair of white Mary Jane pumps also by Maison Margiela. In her ears were a pair of pearl studs. Parker was being filmed in front of her new fictional home and holding her feline co-star, played by Parker’s actual cat, who is named Lotus in real life. Little Lotus was adopted by the SATC lead and her husband, Matthew Broderick, in April 2023.

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In other photos from the set, Parker walks with Cynthia Nixon smartly coordinated as Miranda Hobbes in a blue shirtdress with a woven belt and a colorful silk scarf, accessorizing with square heels featuring a fetching ankle buckle and a blue ombre tote. They are doing a classic New York City street walk and talk.

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And what’s this? Sarah Jessica Parker, always the avid reader carries an advanced copy of what is sure to be one of fall’s hottest accessories—the new Sally Rooney book, Intermezzo.

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The third season of And Just Like That will see the return of Carrie Bradshaw’s on-and-off-again love interest Aidan Shaw, who fled the scene so he could be a better dad to his sons in another state. While Carrie doesn’t have children, Parker does, and recently shared a little bit about her parenting philosophy when it comes to money while on iHeartRadio's Table for Two with Bruce Bozzi.

“You want your children to understand what it means to earn money, what it takes to earn money, the value of it,” she said. “They [should know] the expectations will be the same for them...I think it's a great way of living for children, that their needs are met — to be fed, safe and loved. The important things in life: books and food and interesting experiences, and they're warm in the winter and cool in summer.”

She added, “But they should pine for things, they should want things. And we should also be interested in, how do they contribute to the things, at a certain point?”

Get those kids and that cat to work.