She launched her own designer footwear collection in 2014.
And Sarah Jessica Parker celebrated seven years of her shoe collection by greeting customers at her store in New York City on Sunday.
The actress, 55, was pictured wearing a cheetah print face mask held by a Pretty Connected chain as she attended to customers at SJP Collections store in Uptown, Manhattan.
Anniversary: Sarah Jessica Parker celebrated seven years of her shoe collection by greeting customers at her store in New York City on Sunday
The hands on businesswoman wore a red-and-white checked babydoll shirt with a frayed hem paired with rolled-up denim jeans.
She braced for the cold weather as she wore what looked to be a pair of white leggings underneath her jeans.
The Sex And The City star completed the outfit with a pair of preppy heeled lace-up shoes with silver sparkly detail.
Hands-on: The actress, 55, wore a cheetah print face mask and crossed her arms as she looked deep in conversation with a customer at the SJP Collections store
‘2,555 days of color and joy: The shoe brand marked seven years after Sarah launched her designer footwear collection in 2014
Sarah crossed her arms as she looked deep in conversation with a customer at the high-end boutique.
The shoe designer paused for a rest next a wall display of her colourful footwear collection.
It was announced in January that Sarah would be reprising her role as fashion-fiending columnist Carrie Bradshaw on a Sex And The City reboot.
Shoe heaven: The shoe designer paused for a rest next a wall display of her colourful footwear collection wearing a pair of preppy heeled lace-up shoes with silver sparkly detail
She opened up about the inspiration behind the idea to reboot her iconic show for a sequel series titled, And Just Like That.
Like the original show, the actress wants New York City to be a focal point of the storyline, only this time through the lens of the coronavirus crisis.
Discussing the hot topic, according to The Hollywood Reporter, she said: ‘New York shut down in a way that also affects lots of other people because it’s the center of finance, it’s the center of culture, one could argue, and its silence was deafening.’
She then began to ask herself: ‘Where are these women? Where are they? Can they find one another? Can they be together? What is their life like?’
The actress also contemplated the changing social and political landscapes in regards to calls for justice and racial equality.
‘All these conversations were becoming a huge part of our experience inside of our homes, Michael and I just became really interested. And thus was born – And Just Like That.’
Coming to HBO Max, the show will follow the next chapter in the friends’ life.
Carrie Bradshaw will reunite with old gal pals Miranda Hobbes and Charlotte York, played by co-stars Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis, respectively. Kim Cattrall, who played Samantha Jones, is not returning.
Comeback: It was announced in January that Sarah would be reprising her role as fashion-fiending columnist Carrie Bradshaw on a Sex And The City reboot (pictured with Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis in 2010)
There have also been reports that Chris North aka Mr. Big won’t be returning, but he seemed to hit back at falsities writing on Instagram ‘Everything changes,’ though HBO has not publicly confirmed anything.
Parker spoke about the highly anticipated project in conversation with Vanity Fair.
‘I think that Cynthia, Kristin, and I are all excited about the time that has passed. You know, who are they in this world now? Have they adapted?
‘What part have they played? Where have they fallen short as women, as friends, and how are they finding their way?,’ she said.
Many things a secret to her as well, she shared ‘I’m so curious and excited to see how the writers imagine these women today.’
The show is prioritizing diversity when hiring writers, in an effort to portray a more realistic version of life today that is also ‘reflective of New York,’ and the series will also address the COVID-19 pandemic.
Once they round out the cast and crew, the production is slated to start in late spring.
And then there was three: Kim Cattrall, who played Samantha Jones in the original series and two feature films, will not be returning for reboot (pictured in December 1997)