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'SATC2' Fab Four & Cast Shine at Big Apple Premiere!

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May 25 2010, Published 5:57 a.m. ET

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The fabulous and fashionable leading ladies of Sex and The City 2 stunned last night on the red carpet at the NYC premiere of the second installment of the SATC film franchise. Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon dressed to impress and it looks like the ladies kept their on-screen characters in mind when choosing the perfect gowns for the event!

SJP wore a fabulous electric green Valentino gown, showing off her toned body. The dress definitely looked like it was a lot of fun to twirl in, as SJP spun her way up the red carpet.

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Hubby Matthew Broderick attended the premiere with his leading lady, but only posed with her for a few pictures, letting her shine on her own!

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Kristin's strapless pink Jean Desses vintage gown was very Charlotte-esque.

Kim sexed it up a little bit in her gorgeous Naeem Kahn gown, where as Cynthia looked classic and sophisticated in black Carolina Herrera dress.

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The hot male stars of SATC2 Chris Noth, John Corbett, David Eigenberg, Jason Lewis, Willie Garson, Mario Cantone, Max Ryan and Noah Mills looked fabulous in classic suits!

Costume designer Patricia Field once again dresses the ladies in the latest trends for their international adventure in the Middle East!

Can't wait to see the fashions in the second film — hitting theaters everywhere Friday!

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