Patricia Field, Sex and The City's top stylist has launched her new collection at high-street store Marks and Spencer.
The designer's collaboration with the store has been much hyped, and with good reason, because the whole range channels the Sex and the City style perfectly!
Carrie herself would quite happily be seen in any of the range, and dare we say it, some of her key looks from the movie have been adapted for Pat's very own collection.
Super-stylist Patricia worked on all six seasons of Sex and The City and made a triumphant return in the movie earlier this year, with her fashion ideas more outrageous than ever- she even stuck a bird on Carrie's head and got away with it, so you know she's good.
The collection launches in selected stores today, and will be available nationwide from tomorrow. Expect a queue ladies, this is the women who made giant corsages seem like a good fashion idea.
Here are some of our favourite outfits from the collection:
Backless Sequined Dress, Â£125
Sequins are huge news for this Autumn/Winter and Patricia's dress is bang on trend. This backless wonder may be pretty pricey, but Christmas is just around the corner, so that means millions of Christmas parties that you can wear it to.
We're loving these stunning shoes, that look very familiar to the ones that Carrie was sporting on the Sex and the City set. Dior's gladiator sandals were worn throughout the movie and caused huge demand, once Sarah Jessica Parker was papped in them. Naturally.
The original belt that Carrie wears throughout the movie was actually found in a vintage shop by Patricia, but this little beauty has been recreated for you and at a bargain price! Wear with all your outfits for instant Carrie glamour.
Blue Silk Dress, Â£75.00
This is the best likeness to a dress worn in the film, and it's a gorgeous recreation for the high-street. The silk fabric is stunning and we're loving the slashed sleeves. Patricia has also worked in the Sheer trend to this dress, which is great news considering that sheer is set to be big news for next year.