Sarah Jessica Parker Covers the October Issue of Harper’s Bazaar—See the Pics!

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From Sex and the City’s lasting impact to her growing shoe empire, Sarah Jessica Parker has New York in every step..

The Sex and the City star graces the October issue of in a wardrobe tailored to a fashion legend. Parker has appeared on the cover of the iconic fashion staple countless times before, always offering a freshly dynamic look—this time, we’re seeing stripes! That buzz amped up to a roar in May, when star Sarah Jessica Parker posted a image to Instagram that was meant to tease a major move for her shoe line, but was mistaken for sly “SATC 3” confirmation. “There is no decision,” she said about the maybe-movie. “It remains a not-often-had conversation.

The acclaimed shoe designer’s eclectic style can be seen peaking through in two separate outfits featured in the editorial spread, seen first covering the mag in a eye-catching black and white boat neck dress by Valentino, adorned with competing horizontal and vertical lines to give it that high fashion edge. At the vanity, Parker traded in her signature curls for smoother locks, also debuting some newly-trimmed wispy bangs reminiscent of a modern day Charlie’s Angels’ Farrah Fawcett. I guess the cat’s out of the (little brown) bag,” she captioned the shot, in which she strides out of Bloomingdales with the company’s trademark shopping bag. “As usual, we will keep you posted on every detail as we are able. But the real truth, and I’m not being cagey, is we’ve not discussed a when.” Pressed further whether SATC 3 is on the front burner, back burner, or no burner at all, she added, “There’s no oven. … It’s such a hard question to answer because everybody reads and projects so much into what I say.

The interview featured within the magazine reveals a reflective side to the storied Hollywood legend as she discusses social media’s effect on her privacy, her surprisingly normal life in New York City, and even her thoughts on her now infamous Met Gala headdress—and all those memes it inspired. “My son was like, ‘Mom, you’re a meme.’ I didn’t know what a meme was!” Parker explained about the elaborate and highly-photographed headdress she wore to the Met Gala in May. “I never got far enough from the headpiece to get that it would be seen as flames. King, who executive produced the series and directed the two films, told EW last year, “It’s all really about the stories, and if you actually think you have something left to say that would make it exciting and worthwhile for the fans’ time, that’s really the question. … It’s really like, is there enough or more to say that would justify people risking seeing their favorite characters again? I think that my children are so lucky to be raised here,” Parker gushed to Harper’s Bazaar. “I love the subway, I love hailing a cab, I love traffic and people and all of the possibilities.

Parker has stubbornly and admirably refused to leave her West Village neighborhood but finds the attention more glaring than ever. “My husband [Matthew Broderick] and I are genuinely surprised that we feel more public now than we have ever felt,” she says, sitting in the back of West Village local Sant Ambroeus, hair up, gray sweatshirt, blue jeans. I believe in all of that still.” While her private life seems rather low-key, Parker’s latest role as a fashion designer has required her to manage even more public attention, especially in the realm of social media. Sometimes she writes back: “I will say, ‘I’m sorry, I’m really disappointed,’ or ‘Why do you follow me if you find me so objectionable?’ I have used that word a lot.” SJP doesn’t do BS. “I don’t want people to mistake my kindness for naïveté,” she explains. “I am no idiot, is what I am saying.” Having turned 50 in March, she says, “I think my directness came with getting older.

But if it’s for a character, I will still try on everything on the rack.” What has made Parker such a fashion darling is the consensus that she pushes the envelope. “I don’t ever think, ‘I’m going to push it, I’m going to be controversial, I’m going to be provocative,’ ” she says. “But I am independent.” Take, for example, her look for this year’s Met Gala, “China Through the Looking Glass.” “I researched that for a really frickin’ ass long time,” she recalls. “I studied Chinese opera, ballet, theater, design, costume design. In its second year, SJP continues to grow. “I don’t really buy shoes,” she will remind you with a smile, but will extol the virtues of ordering her collection: “Tartt is like a Mary Jane, a generous heel, with a sparkly buckle.

I always thought Yasmin was a great beauty.” Parker’s heels are now joined by a range of flats, which come with saucy names like Scintillate. “I’m playing the field,” she says, “high and low.” It’s because she can be both that Parker lives so boldly in our minds. Hair: Serge Normant for Serge Normant Hair Care; makeup: Genevieve for Chanel; manicure: Gina Eppolito for ginails.com; production: NathalieAkiya@krankyproductions.com; prop styling: Todd Wiggins for Mary Howard Studio.

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