Patricia Field Couldn't Shake Sex and the City When Styling The Other Woman
Patricia Field is as iconic as the actresses she dresses. More than just a costume designer, she's a fashion visionary who has changed the way women wear clothes ever since helming the style on a little-known show called Sex and the City. She's set trends (even though she hates them) and launched careers, and she's responsible for Hollywood's most fashionable hits, from Confessions of a Shopaholic to Ugly Betty to The Devil Wears Prada. And now she has one more movie to add to her list of stylish successes: The Other Woman, which hits theaters today.
POPSUGAR hosted a special screening for some of New York's most fervent fashion bloggers last week, and Field sat down for an intimate Q&A about making clothes come to life on the big screen. From Kate Upton's already infamous white bikini moment to the real reason she wanted to work with Cameron Diaz, she shared it all. Read on for all the scoop . . . plus a little requisite reminiscing about Carrie Bradshaw nameplate necklaces.
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