Fabulous four on a quest to find their meant to be’s with a few fancy detours along the way. New York.
Manolo Blahnik shoes.
If you have been living on planet Earth these past 12 years, you must know that I am talking about Sex and the City. The show that attracted more then 10.6 millions of viewers every week . The show that is not just a funny, sharply written comedy but also a global media giant spreading its influence all over the broadcast networks. So, are new fashion, language and super girlie cocktail orders the only thing that we have gotten from Sex and the City? Definitely not. We see a brand of shoes, body type, or relationship style exemplified in some media , so it becomes something that we want . This explains why the entertainment industry is one of the most important parts of any economy. In the case of SATC, everyone from booze shakers to shoes makers made a profit. Who knew anything about Manolo Blahnik before Carrie? Who ordered Cosmopolitans before Samantha? More importantly, however, is the question: Have the joys of single life in NYC and female friendships become a ‘’Sex and the City dream’’? And how many of us are living it? First of all, I must admit that I watched SATC religiously because I found it fun and entertaining. Even tough characters were more confident then me, better dressed and lived it Manhattan - they represented my thoughts. I loved the concept that all of their problems could be solved by complaining a bit over a brunch and then simply carrying on living it up. It is refreshing to see their worlds not coming to an end because they don’t have a job or husband. They are normal or even slightly better then that. The whole world of dating, gossips and glamour was just irresistible for me. Seeing Carrie in the introduction, standing in a New York street wearing a ballet skirt, the sort that toddlers wear, made me realise that you can be who ever you want to be. Unfortunately, there are a lot of things in the show...
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