Sarah Jessica Parker Opens Her Shoe Shop Amid COVID-19

Sarah Graced Her Fans With A Masked Appearance At NYC Shoe Store

Sarah Jessica Parker Opens Her Shoe Shop Amid COVID-19
Sarah Jessica Parker posing in her new flagship store

If you were a devoted fan of Sex and the city, you must be familiar with Sarah Jessica’s character Carrie Bradshaw. Her love and fondness for shoes is known to everyone and for this reason, Sarah owns a shoe brand SJP collection. Recently, she has inaugurated a new flagship store, where she was clicked in a mask and appeared for all the shoe-lovers. Moreover, she helped her visitors in selecting the perfect heel too!

For those who are unfamiliar with Jessica’s character ‘Carrie Bradshaw’ who was also a shoe-lover in the series. Her craze for shoes in the series was shown in this way that once Bradshaw was unable to pay for her apartment, but spends $40,000 on designer shoes. Carrie narrated in the series, “I will literally be the old woman who lived in her shoes.” Another connection the flagship store has with SJP’s onscreen character is that this store was earlier a boutique for Spanish shoe designer Manolo Blahnik. Yes, the same shoe designer who was one of Carrie’s favorite. Is it a coincidence or something else?

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The actress was spotted at her new flagship store in the afternoon donning up a gray maxi dress with scarf turned into a mask. Parker wore her own holographic footwear which can go with everything.


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Earlier, proclaiming the inauguration of her store, Jessica posted on Instagram and wrote, “Tomorrow, July 7th, 2020. The paper and tape are coming down and our doors officially open at 11 am..”


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While shedding light on taking the safety measures for the novel virus, SJP continued, “While we wish we could fill every inch of our sparkling new @sjpcollection boutique with each and every one of you, we’ll be taking every necessary safety precaution to keep our customers safe ... We look forward to seeing some of you tomorrow, from a safe social distance of course.”