Sex and the City star, Sarah Jessica Parker, wears jeans by Helmut Lang and D Squared for her shoot on the new January 2010 issue of Glamour magazine. She looks gorgeous in her Oscar De La Renta Bolero cardigan, Christian Louboutin heels and D Squared boyfriend jeans. She looks as hot as her character Carrie Bradshaw does. During her interview she talks about her career, her children and her life. Here is a little snippet and you can read the full interview by clicking here.
GLAMOUR: So let’s get to your next film project: Sex and the City 2. How has Carrie evolved?
SJP: The first movie had a lot of sadness in it, and it was very brave about breaking the rules of romantic comedy. This one is very much the antidote for that: It’s a romp. It’s about the idea of women’s and men’s roles in marriage, and old traditions versus new ones. The story is really fun, but it’s also about something.
GLAMOUR: The married couple you and Hugh play in The Morgans is going through a rough patch. What’s the most important ingredient for getting through a tough spot in a marriage?
SJP: I never really talk about this because too many [people] speculate about my marriage, anyway!
GLAMOUR: And now you’re a new mother again. Congratulations, and what’s it like?
SJP: Nothing can really describe what it’s like to have two new little girls. It’s been very different than when James arrived, since our family expanded in an untraditional way. We didn’t plan on having two, but were doubly blessed, and it’s been just wonderful. [Tabitha and Marion] just turned four months old today! One would prefer to be held 24 hours a day, and the other is already suffering from type A issues. It’s been amazing but complicated because of my current work schedule, which I have enormous regrets about.
GLAMOUR: How would you say your style has evolved over the years?
SJP: It’s just simpler; I don’t buy anything trendy. I used to be more easily seduced by some momentary idea of what was fashionable. Now I’m slightly savvier. I still have the same ideas in my head about what looks good on me and what doesn’t. I still will not wear turtlenecks.