Candace Bushnell was recently profiled by the New York Observer, home of her original Sex and the City column, in conjunction with the release of her latest novel, Killing Monica.
This morning, when you woke up next to your schlub of a life partner, did you take a deep breath and sigh, yearning for the days when he didn’t take you for goddamn granted? Candace Bushnell did!
After Sarah Jessica Parker called the AnnaSophia Robb-starring Sex and The City prequel The Carrie Diaries "odd,"
MAJOR Carrie Diaries fan Candace Bushnell hit back at SJP for being an old cronehag who doesn't understand how the world works.
Yo, Helen Mirren! Can I watch you have a cognac and take notes on how to be a woman? K thanks. During her speech after receiving her Legend Award at the Empire Movie Awards last night, Mirren drew attention to fellow award recipient Sam Mendes' sausage-fest of thank yous and inspirations. (Specifically: PT Anderson,…
Because Kanye West is Kanye West, it is absolutely unsurprising that he would tell the 5,000+ crowd at Atlantic City's Revel Resort about the impending Kimyelet without Kim Kardashian's knowledge, let alone her approval. The two hadn't discussed when they would tell the public, and Kim wanted to wait until she…
The plot thickens: pastry-breasted recent divorceé Katy Perry has invited her friend Robert Pattinson, cuckold, to "take a break" with her. A source says, "Katy has been a rock for Rob. She has reassured him she is very much there for him just as he was for her when she split from Russell." Reportedly Kristen Stewart…
The last thing we heard about The Carrie Diaries — the '80s-era Sex And The City prequel — was a denial of the rumor that Blake Lively would play Samantha Jones, Selena Gomez would be Charlotte York, Emma Roberts would play Miranda Hobbes, and Elizabeth Olsen would be the new Carrie Bradshaw. Now we've learned that…
In case the SATC bus tour doesn't do it for you, now you can follow Carrie's personal recommendations.
Last night, Candace Bushnell appeared at New York's St. John store along with Tina Brown to promote The Carrie Diaries, to discuss "sex, success, and shoes" — and, as it turned out, to offer her thoughts on this very blog.
Last night at Carnegie Hall, history was made. Four women dressed in couture, posed with Liza, confused us with the presence of random celebrity cameos, and mugged for the cameras. (And that was just the red carpet.) Get. Carried. Away.
We don't often wish we were at these events, but from the impromptu dancing with ballet greats to Natalie Portman's amazing getup to the seriously bizarre socialite-wear, the New York City Ballet's opening night celebration at Lincoln Center looked fabulous.
Candace Bushnell owes me six minutes and fifty-four seconds of my life back, because that is how much time I wasted on the Sex and the City writer's dismal new "webisode" effort The Broadroom.
"How come every time women manage to break out of traditional roles, someone... tries to ruin it with a derogatory label?... My husband is 10 years younger, but we've been married for seven years... he's 40, ferchrist's sake." [N.Y. Post]