Patricia Field doesn't pay attention to fashion trends when styling the 'Sex and the City' characters.
Patricia Field doesn't pay attention to trends.
The 'Sex And The City' stylist - who has worked on all six series and two films of the romantic comedy franchise - says she wants to create a classic look for the films so they never go out of style.
She said: "I'm not mindful of trends. I kind of run away from that because what's going to be there next season is not going to be there the season after. And movies last a long time. If you look at 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' today, it looks absolutely gorgeous. You don't say it looks out of style."
The New York-based fashionista also claims she "hooks" the looks of the main characters - Carrie Bradshaw, Samantha Jones, Charlotte York and Miranda Hobbes - around one particular story arch, and in 'Sex and the City 2' used the Middle East for inspiration.
She told MetroNews.ca: "If you find your hook in The Script you go with it. The main thing is they get invited to the Middle East by a sheik for a 10-star vacation. So this was my motivation. The anticipation of a trip that they never even could imagine."
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