SJP Loves NYC (Part Deux) Video
The Sex and The City star discuss how fashion and her hit show changed the way she views New York City.
Hello, everybody. This is Sarah Jessica Parker, and you're watching MarieClaire.com. Physically, the Skyline remains basically the same, like the moment we close our eyes then we think of the Skyline that we're up there just some sort of iconic, you know, like sand castle, like it looks like a heartbeat, right? But, the season has changed it, and I think the political climate changes it, and part of me sees it really like dressed in McQueen although he's not an American designer. There's a sort of armor, you know, that [unknown] continue this kind of, sort of, armor around the clothing, and then it's really like all of this sort of construction that's intimidating and that the interior that's super soft, and I think that this city, releasing countless examples of it is forbidding, and it cement in large scale buildings but there's a real surprising softness to it. And so, I think that it's not unlike look who you dress. Chinatown 'cause I've going to Chinatown, saw this tiny little girl, and it was always so mysterious, and I never knew what we were going to see or smell, and it was so obviously different than, you know, as far as [unknown], and I love the food. And, that was very specific then, Chinatown like first giving you really was only on [unknown] and so, you know, [unknown] and [unknown] has obviously migrated, you know, infiltrated little Italy. But, it was like really truly traveling some place like you needed a passport. We've really shot this city, and there are places we didn't shoot, but no matter where I travel in this city, I almost- I can look in almost any direction and have a memory associated with shooting on that treat. I can see the dress. I can feel the temperature. I recalled the scene and who was in it with me or [unknown] was in a print. And so, I have lots, and lots of memories, but I don't tend to go back to one to [unknown] place. I happened to live a neighborhood where very grandiose house, but- [unknown] the name of [unknown] huge, you know, she lives over there [unknown] shut it downtown in the west village. And, I see that 3 or 4 times a week, which is odd. But, it's not intentional on my [unknown] is necessary. It's how I travel [unknown] before.