Major Fashion News: Sarah Jessica Parker Will Design a Shoe Collection!


Jun. 7 2013, Published 2:47 p.m. ET

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You won't have to click your designer Manolo Blahnik heels together three times for this wish to come true! What we're about to tell you is already a fact. No wishes needed. Sarah Jessica Parker will be designing a shoe collection with the CEO of Manolo Blahnik. Can we pause for a quick second to just round up what all of this means? We'll break it down. 

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Vogue reports that Sarah Jessica Parker, who used to play certified shoe-queen Carrie Bradshaw, will be creating a line with the shoe king, Manolo Blahnik. This is the elite footwear biz. The celeb told Vogue that the self-named (yes, she's calling it SJP) shoe collection has been "expected" of her because of her role as Carrie. Expected or not, it's a fabulous idea.

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Who could forget how Carrie planned on accessorizing her vintage wedding suit? 

Vogue reports that the heels and flats that Carrie (er, Sarah) designs will be available at Nordstrom and will fall in the price range of $200-300. Hey! That's cheaper than the pair of Manolos that were stolen from her!

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We're already pretty obsessed with her footwear choices of the past. We actually rounded up her most memorable shoe moments for the 15th anniversary of Sex and the City. The timing is most definitely right. 

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