Wednesday, 28 September 2016

SARAH JESSICA PARKER IS DESIGNING DRESSES NOW



Sarah Jessica Parker at the New York City Ballet 2016 Fall Gala in Sept. 2016 in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images
Sarah Jessica Parker at the New York City Ballet 2016 Fall Gala in Sept.
2016 in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images
Sarah Jessica Parker, an actress who famously played a character who was once dumped via Post-it, is now expanding her design talents from accessories to apparel. Three years after partnering with Manolo Blahnik's George Malkemus to launch a range of footwear and handbags, Parker announced on Instagram on Tuesday that she has a new line of dresses in works, too.


Called SJP LBD, Parker's latest project was entirely designed by her, is all made in the U.S. and will be carried exclusively at Bloomingdale's starting this October "with more designs to follow soon thereafter." Further details are scarce, but Parker did showcase one of her designs — long-sleeved and shin-length, with a deep, scoop-neck back — by twirling around in a revolving door.


Parker has been working to flesh out her eponymous fashion and beauty portfolio for some time now, including a line of fragrances that began with 2005's Lovely, 2007's Covet and, most recently, Stash, a smoky, musky scent that launched this August reportedly took 10 years to perfect.

We've reached out to Bloomingdale's, and will update this post should we learn more.

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