Critics Slash And Burn The Lipstick JungleJessica G.2/07/08 10:30amFiled to: critical massBrooke ShieldsLindsay Pricelipstick jungleMary McNamaraSex And The CityCandace Bushnellcashmere mafiaKim Raverthe bushnell administration112EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkThough the widely-reviled Cashmere Mafia was the first Sex and the City stepchild out of the gate, Lipstick Jungle, which premieres tonight at ten, is being subjected to similar critical scorn. Despite the fact that Lipstick boasts a family friendly work environment, this tale of three New York media career gals (Brooke Shields plays a movie exec, Kim Raver is a magazine editor, and Lindsay Price is a fashion designer) is "glittery junk that nobody needs," says the Washington Post. Other papers agree wholeheartedly, but the best jibe comes from L.A. Times reviewer Mary McNamara: "Lipstick Jungle is to Sex and the City what New Coke was to Coca-Cola — a brand extension best forgotten." Oh, Snap! Check out the rest of the critical carnage, after the jump.