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If Sex and the City had a signature shoe, it would without a doubt be the Manolo. At 400 bucks a pop, the footwear and best-selling book-turned-hit series are two extremely chic peas in a pod, thanks to author and creator Candace Bushnell, the real-life Carrie Bradshaw, and a self-professed shoe lover just like her curly-haired protagonist. In her new one-woman show “Is There Still Sex in The City?” at the Daryl Roth Theatre, Bushnell boldly declares, “Do I have a shoe obsession like Carrie Bradshaw? No. Carrie Bradshaw has a shoe obsession because of me.” It all started with one specific pair that “changed her life”—the black patent leather knee-high boots that she wore to her interview with The New York Observer, which led to her landing the infamous column, which led to the book, and then the TV show, and so on and so forth.

Tacos tequila tats n' tatas vintage shirt

The girl inside it, too often overlooked. People have a way of looking in the mirror and seeing somebody else, and then [they] buy an outfit that’s very trendy and in fashion whether it suits them or not. Big, big, big, big error. There’s a beautiful green suit; I like everything about it. I think it’s a divine fabric and the workmanship is terrific—and the price is absolutely unbelievable! The trousers will be $99 and the jacket will be $199, and when you put it on, it looks like you stepped out of a haute couture [show]. It really does. The embroidery on it is sensational. Do you like it? The fashion business has just come of late; I was always in home furnishing. I didn’t get into the fashion business until after I did my first costume show at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2005. And then everybody swarmed all over me. Originally, I wanted to be in fashion—I thought I’d do editorial fashion; it didn’t work out, and I went into home furnishing where I was very happy for all those years. This was a great change. I’ve never had a business plan. Things just happen. I hope to stay well and be able to enjoy it. At this time in my life, as [with] all times, you have to learn that good health is the most important thing, because without it, you can’t do anything. So I hope God is good and I behave myself and I’m able to continue, because I love working and I’d like to continue working and doing things and helping people.

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In ELLE’s series Clothes of Our Lives, we decode the sartorial choices made by powerful women, and explore how fashion can be used as a tool for communication. Below in her own words, Bushnell recalls how her future was forever altered by (what else?) a pair of Manolos. It’s a very Sex and the City story. I have a girlfriend—I called her Amalita Amalfi—and she was one of my many friends who I had started writing about in the ‘80s, which is when I started writing about my Samantha, my Charlotte, my Miranda, and dozens of other women. Not everything that’s on the TV show is entirely accurate, but [Amalita] is a very close friend of mine, and she was a real fashionista. She was obsessed with clothes and shoes. Manolo Blahnik wasn’t really known outside of fashion circles at the time, and she was just crazy about them. One day—coincidentally, when I was going to interview for a column at The New York Observer—she called me up and said that these amazing boots had come in and I had to run to Manolo and get them immediately. She was like, “These boots are gonna be magical. You’ll see. If you get these boots, your life will change.” She wasn’t kidding. Being that this is New York, where we all need our little bit of luck, I went to go find them. They were black patent leather boots with a pointy toe, and they were super, super chic. When I found them, they miraculously had them in my size. They were also $600, which, at the time, was really a lot of money. I hate to say this, but now those boots would probably cost $1,500.

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