02.06.10

“Sex And The City 2″ Japan Photocall

Before the “Sex And The City 2″ Japan Premiere, there was a photocall with the fab 4 in Tokyo.

Cynthia Nixon opted for a black fitted dress with matching black pumps, whilst Kristin Davis wore a Giambattista Valli red knot dress.

It’s not vintage but she still look fabulous, as she pairs her red dress with snake skin pumps.

A pre-bob Kim Cattrall wore a floral print dress accented with a gold belt.

All eyes were on Sarah Jessica Parker wearing a vintage Richelene navy sequin strapless dress.

She toned down the dazzle of her dress by pairing it with a white Alexander McQuee blazer with a blue trim, electric blue satin Ferragamo pumps and the gold Alexander McQueen clutch she carried to the Japan Premiere.

Love the look, but adore that necklace.

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“Sex And The City 2″ Japan Premiere – Kristin Davis In Jean Patou Haute Couture by Christian Lacroix from Decades & Cynthia Nixon In Calvin Klein

Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon also attended the “Sex And The City 2? Japan Premiere in Tokyo today.

Kristin continues to explore the wonderful archived collections at the Decades boutique.

This time she opted for a yellow taffeta Jean Patou Haute Couture dress by Christian Lacroix paired with a Judith Leiber clutch.

According to the Decades website this gorgeous dress was made by Christian Lacroix for Jean Patou’s Spring 1987 Couture collection. The collection was never produced because Lacroix left Patou to start his own line.

I love discovering the history behind a dress, which is why Decades is so addictive as many of you have recently come to realize.

Cynthia’s final hoorah for the SATC2 premieres was in Calvin Klein, which I think was fitting as she’s been loyal to the brand for so long.

Her black strapless dress by the minimalist brand had a twist with an asymmetrical hem and gathered details.

Thank god she got rid of those extensions as they weren’t doing her any favours.

Her look was paired with a black clutch and black ankle strap heels with a silver platform.

I’m sad the premiere’s are over, but the girls really did themselves proud.

I loved all the looks.

Credit: Decades & AP

Best Dressed Of The Week – Penelope Cruz In Elie Saab Couture & Kristin Davis In Vintage Jean Desses

I expected you guys to vote for Sarah Jessica Parker BDOTW, but you all fell in love with Penelope Cruz wearing Elie Saab Couture to the Cannes Film Festival closing ceremony.

This has to be one of Pen’s best looks this year. She was absolutely glowing.

I think this week should not pass without recognition going to Kristin Davis.

SJP may have grabbed the headlines because of her Alexander McQueen dress and Philip Treacy hat, but Kristin for me had the most impressive run this week for both the New York and London premiere’s and after-parties.

My favourite was her vintage Jean Desses from Decades.

I’m always longing for colour on the red carpet and Kristin gave it to me in this perfect pretty pink vintage dress.

Enjoy your Memorial Day weekend and Bank Holiday weekend.

Back on Tuesday x

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28.05.10

“Sex and the City 2″ London Premiere After-Party

Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon all changed into their party dresses for the “Sex And The City 2″ London Premiere after-party which was held at Orangery last night.

SJP wore a stunning ocean blue long sleeved maxi dress with gold accessories, whilst Kim wore a deep marine blue shimmering one-shoulder sequin David Meister dress.

Kristin continued her 100% record looking divine in a Christian Dior Haute Couture 1956 “Delphine” jade silk faille cocktail dress which is from…yep…Decades.

I’m loving her vintage couture obsession.

Taupe open-toe heels and a Judith Leiber clutch complete the look.

Cynthia Nixon wore an Erdem ‘Sendai’ strapless dress from the Spring 2010 collection, which has a black and white floral print.

She paired her dress with black peep-toes and a Judith Leiber clutch.

I think this look just reinforces the fact that I really don’t like her hair extensions.

Credit: Style.com, Rex. Decades & Getty