Sarah Jessica Parker is "most pleased" with the launch of her New York pop-up shop.
The 52-year-old actress launched her SJP footwear line in 2014, and now three years later the fashion designer has set up her first temporary store for the label, which is located on 640 Fifth Avenue in New York for 10 days from November 24 until Sunday (03.12.17).
And the star is happy with the items available as she believes there is "something for everybody".
Speaking to Vogue.com about her latest venture, the 'Sex and the City' star - who is known for playing the role of Carrie Bradshaw in the popular franchise - said: "I'm most pleased that we have something for everybody here. We have flats and we have our sneakers and a very sensible block heel. They would look really great with black tights or knee socks."
Sarah - who have twins Marion and Tabitha, both eight, as well as James, 15, with her husband Matthew Broderick - has revealed she holds a "sentimental attachment" to the site of the pop-up because it is situated to where she starred in 'Annie' in theatre in 1979.
She explained: "I have a sentimental attachment to this street, actually, because when I played Annie on Broadway, it was right down the street."
Sarah is also happy with the location because it reminds her of one of Billy Joel's song that she "loves".
She added: "And Billy Joel has this album called '52nd Street' that I love."
And it has only ever been a "seeming fantasy" of Sarah's, ever since she founded her eponymous label, to "have a home" for her shoe brand in the American city.
Speaking previously, she said: "Having a home in N.Y.C. for our SJP Collection has been only a seeming fantasy since we launched our brand almost four years ago."
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