Just a quick update on 2017's most compelling drama involving four women, one big city and a whole lot of cosmopolitans: Cyntha Nixon and Sarah Jessica Parker are still friends. That’s all! Thats the news.
If you had to guess whether Sarah Jessica Parker is “particular” as a person, what would you say?
Like New York City sewage overflow splashed onto a certain iconic white tutu, the very visible drama continues to destroy any prospect of the Sex and the City crowning threequel. The film is not happening, we know, because sooome people genuinely care and certain other cast members are a bunch of asshole drama queens.…
Just when you thought the drama surrounding the Sex and the City sequel had cooled to room temp, here comes Stanford Blatch with a fresh pot of steaming hot tea.
The Sex and the City sequel drama continues to unravel before our very eyes like a loose thread on a voluminous Vera Wang wedding gown for a wedding that never happened.
Sarah Jessica Parker had what’s been confirmed as the most orgasmic eclipse viewing experience today, on the occasion of the Great American Eclipse of 2017.
Welcome to Hair Care! The column in which we break down all the hottest new lock lewks our favorite celebs are rockin’!
Rebel Elizabeth Melanie Wilson, the actress formerly known as Melanie Elizabeth Bownds, won her defamation lawsuit against Bauer Media, the publishers of Woman’s Day, an Australian tabloid who claimed in 2015 that Wilson lied about her background—including her age, name, and family history.
It is Friday yet again and here I sit on my bench—ready to judge, ready to shade, ready for this goddamn election to finally end.
I have never personally been divorced but it seems devastating and tedious and, in a way, darkly enjoyable. This is, appropriately enough, a good way to describe the experience of watching the premiere of Divorce, Sarah Jessica Parker’s new HBO series, which I still can’t decide if I liked.
I’m surprised that Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Kardashian actually had things say to each other, but they did and it was nice.
Remember when your parents got divorced, and it sucked, and left you with lifelong scars and emotional baggage that still shows up in your current relationships no matter how hard you try to avoid the psychological crutch of blaming the past for your present? You can relive it all with Divorce.
Sarah Jessica Parker has cut ties with Mylan, the company that makes EpiPen, after it was criticized for raising the price of the life-saving allergy product by 400 percent. Parker announced her decision this morning on Instagram.
EpiPen, the life-saving allergy product, is now a $1 billion a year business for Mylan, a drug company that’s currently enduring a wave of bad publicity over the extraordinary surge in EpiPen pricing. In 2007, an EpiPen cost about $57. Today that price has skyrocketed to over $600—all for about $1 worth of injectable…
In what may or may not become an annual tradition, Sarah Jessica Parker crawled out of hibernation to remind us that she is not a feminist—but the real disappointment here is that she didn’t even have the courtesy to dust off her old Sanderson Sisters drag and opine in song while flying around on an old mop.
“I want a divorce,” says Sarah Jessica Parker at the beginning of this teaser for HBO’s upcoming series, Divorce. In the following scene, she flips off her husband (Thomas Haden Church) after he prevents her from joining him in an elevator (“I need my space,” he says). Next, the two of them complain about each other…
At Monday night’s Met Gala red carpet, Vogue contributing editor André Leon Talley completed his new annual task of interviewing—or, more accurately, shouting compliments at—attending celebrities.
If you have not yet been sold on Snapchat, I recommend downloading the app, signing up for an account, and following two people: Kate Hudson and Rob Kardashian. Hudson, because she uses the app so frequently that her Snap Story will motivate you to do the same; and Kardashian, because it’s quickly becoming [what feels…
Last time I watched “My Motherboard, My Self,” the fourth season episode of Sex and the City in which Carrie gets “the bomb” on her Apple laptop and loses all her data, I couldn’t help but wonder—will she ever learn to back up?
Business is still booming at Patricia Field’s legendary Bowery boutique, despite the announcement, last December, that the red-haired downtown tastemaker/entrepreneur will be closing its doors at the end of February. “People want to shop here cause it’s over,” she says. A 4000-square-foot shrine to all things outré—a…