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Sex and the City the Movie that is! I love, love, loved it! I don’t care what any movie critic said, it was brilliant. The whole experience was serious fun. I couldn’t help notice that there were only two lone males in the whole audience (I’m guessing they were a couple) and the remaining 100+ women were dressed for a hot date with Mr. Biggs (it was a Tuesday night in windy SF so provided a bit of a chuckle). In hindsight, I did appreciated the efforts these women made to look Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda-esq in honor of the movie…

Anyway, besides all the fabulous fashion, I really enjoyed the set design. I thought Charlotte’s daughter Lily had a very fun and playful room. I loved the nod to Lily’s heritage with the hot pink Chinese lantern wallpaper. Too cute! Charlotte’s digs were always put together to Upper East Side perfection, so it was no doubt her adopted daughter’s room was just as fitting with bright colors and whimsical touches. Production designer Jeremy Conway was the man behind the movie’s set design. I especially loved the polka dot wing chair. Although, I couldn’t find the exact chair I did find some solid substitutions.

This pink chenille wing chair from Bella Cottage is a good combination of girly meets modern. Pottery Barn Kids has come out with an expanded line of upholstered gliders. They not only have pink polka dots but also green damask and black and white geometric patterns. This cute little denim wing chair is from A baby and was the closest I found to little Lily’s. It also can be ordered in different color and patterns including one called candy pink. I’m sure miss Charlotte would approve.

Jon Vanhamersveld

Friday 22nd of June 2012

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Thursday 19th of June 2008

Pottery Barn Teens also has a polka dot wing chair (pink with with dots vs. white with pink):