Premiere Perfect Frocks On The Glam 'Sex & The City 2' Gals!

Tue, May 25, 2010 10:23am EST by 1 Comment
Posted Tue, May 25, 2010 10:23am EST

Which leading lady looked best at the NYC premiere?

Yesterday at the HollywoodLife offices, we tried to guess what fabulous frocks the Sex and the City 2 ladies would choose for the red carpet — and honestly, after the premiere of the first flick, I didn’t know what to expect. Luckily, the gals were looking as glam as ever last night, totally channeling their bombshell characters in their gorgeous get-ups!

Just like her unpredictable and super stylish character Carrie Bradshaw, Sarah Jessica Parker totally surprised me in her yellow fluorescent asymmetrical Valentino spring 2010 chiffon gown and Ferragamo heels. Kristin Davis looked pretty in pink in her Jean Desses vintage gown from Decades Inc, from the 50s. She paired her ruched frock with Fred Leighton jewels, a Judith Leiber clutch, and Christian Louboutin heels. Cynthia Nixon looked both elegant and chic in her body hugging black, strapless Carolina Herrera, while Kim Cattrall opted for a Naeem Khan gold sleeveless V-front gown. While she looked lovely, her small floral tapestry bag didn’t work for me. SJP was easily my fave, although I was so impressed with Cynthia’s get-up — don’t get me wrong, Kristin looked amazing, but I was confident she would! Who did you think was best dressed last night?

-Katrina Mitzeliotis



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Posted at 10:35 AM on May 25, 2010  

There’s more on red carpet report dot com

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