Sarah Jessica Parker releasing line of little black dresses
The Sex and the City fashion icon is venturing into new style realms with her SJP Collection.
Sarah Jessica Parker has introduced classic 'little black dresses' into her clothing line.
The former Sex and the City star and style icon has been selling shoes under her SJP Collection banner for years, but now the 51-year-old is venturing into a new realm of apparel.
"Well folks, I've teased you long enough," she wrote on Instagram on Tuesday (27Sep16) night in a caption attached to a video of herself twirling around in a black dress. "It's time for the big reveal. Introducing: the SJP LBD. A new collection of Little Black Dresses designed by me, all made proudly in the USA."
The new attire will be available for purchase starting next month (Oct16) at U.S. department store Bloomingdales, a retailer that also sells Sarah's shoes.
"Our first silhouette (a surprise!) will launch this October exclusively at @bloomingdales, with more designs to follow soon thereafter," she noted, before calling attention to the below-the-knee-length frock she was wearing in the video. "Including this one, which I've been practically living in. Follow us on @sjpcollection so you don't miss a beat. The wheels (and doors) never stop spinning."
Parker has a very busy season ahead of her when it comes to fashion, as she is also promoting her new fall line of shoes and a fresh fragrance called Stash.
Although she is one of America's greatest tastemakers, the actress has previously spoken about how important it is for her to create designs and products that are accessible to as many women as possible.
"It's not my job to tell any woman what she should or should not do," she explained to Popsugar. "I just never enter into those conversations. Because what I think is a necessity could be completely, radically contrary to what you describe as a must have."
"There are a million different women and they're all different sizes and shapes and ethnic backgrounds and colours and they have different needs and different desires and different fantasies," Parker concluded.
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