Sarah Jessica Parker admits she couldn't turn down her executive role with Halston because she has always been in awe of the fashion label.
Sarah Jessica Parker admits she couldn't turn down her role with Halston.
The 'Sex And The City' actress - who is regarded as one of the most stylish women of her generation - became a fashion executive at Halston Heritage, the archive-inspired secondary line of the label, earlier this year and says it was an offer she had no choice but to accept.
She said: "There was every reason to say no, and there were very compelling reasons to say yes. It's an exciting time at that company. It has a wonderful legacy, and I couldn't say no, and I'm figuring it out."
Sarah says she has been in awe of the fashion house ever since her first visit to New York in 1977.
The 45-year-old star - who now lives in the fashion-conscious city - said: "It was 1977 in New York City, and you couldn't be alive and not know the name Halston."
The mother-of-three - who is married to actor Matthew Broderick - admits her new role means it will be a struggle to balance work and motherhood but is sure she will cope.
She told America's Vogue magazine: "Does it scare me? Am I intimidated? Am I challenged? That's kind of the way I've always made decisions "Luckily, the Halston offices are about a 10 minute walk from my house."