Yesterday, we bitched about the news of Sarah Jessica Parker's new, sassy-sounding scent Covet, accusing the actress of cashing in on her years as
Sex And The City's stylish, lovable goofball Carrie Bradshaw in the fragrance's new ad campaign. Almost a decade after Patricia Field made her into a style icon to millions of young women, Sarah… Read more Read more
But we were wrong! Or so says Sarah Jessica, who says she finds all the
SATC-derived offers that come her way just so, so distasteful:
"There have been so many opportunities to trade on Carrie Bradshaw, and I decline those so much because they really feel vulgar to me," she said. "The difference between this and taking advantage of an audience that way is that we're not ending with this romance; we're not telling a story. We're not throwing a man in there. We're making this about your own, individual sort of unleashed act."
Get that? Think of Sarah Jessica's latest performance as a stylish, adorable klutz not as Carrie Bradshaw, fashion-obsessive but as Carrie Bradshaw: Deranged but well-dressed spinster!
For Parker, More Scents In The City [WWD]
Earlier: Sarah Jessica Parker: Still Confusing Herself With Carrie Bradshaw