How ‘Sex And The City’ Changed The Way You Dress

Two decades after the show first aired, the girls are still influencing our wardrobes. By Amy de Klerk

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Sex and the City goes down in history as one of the most fashionable television programmes of all time. Almost 20 years after it arrived on our screens, we reflect on all the ways it served as sartorial inspiration, and how it continues to make its presence felt on the catwalk today.

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2. Charlotte’s penchant for pink

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Thought you got there first, millennials? Think again. The Upper East Side princess Charlotte York was wearing top-to-toe pink decades before you. From this candy-hued Roland Mouret two-piece to shades of fuchsia and salmon, she had the style nailed down long before anyone else.

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