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Sarah Jessica Parker launching capsule shoe collection

Published 15/11/2016

Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Jessica Parker

The style icon wants to give customers "a party for the foot".

Actress and fashionista Sarah Jessica Parker is helping fans get ready to party this holiday season with a new capsule shoe collection.

The Sex and the City star, whose character Carrie Bradshaw was famously obsessed with designer heels, has teamed up with officials at luxury online retailer Net-A-Porter for the 16-piece range from her own SJP Collection fashion brand, just in time for the festive celebrations.

The exclusive line features stilettos, block-heeled Mary Janes, and flat sandals in jewel tones with satin fabrics and metallic finishes and crystal embellishments.

"(Customers) love a party for the foot, so we are delighted to offer her that very thing," says the style icon of her limited designs, which go on sale on Thursday (17Nov16).

Pricing for the line starts at $355 (£284).

Despite Sarah Jessica's clear love of good heels, she recently admitted she takes advantage of every opportunity to slip off her shoes to prevent her feet from becoming too sore.

"It doesn't matter if you're wearing the world's best shoes, being on the ball of your foot for a long time is gonna hurt!" she told Britain's InStyle magazine. "I say take them off at every available opportunity - under the table at a restaurant, at your desk, in the car."

The 51-year-old has also made it a priority to look after her feet with pampering sessions at home, where her seven-year-old twin daughters Tabitha and Marion, with husband Matthew Broderick, love to join in too.

"I don't get pedicures or things like that, I just do it myself," she shared. "My daughters and I take some sand and rub it all over our feet and we treat it like a pedicure."

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