Video: Sarah Jessica Parker Lines The Streets Of NYC With Her Gorgeous Shoe Collection

Video: Sarah Jessica Parker Lines The Streets Of NYC With Her Gorgeous Shoe Collection
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SJP just made the streets of New York a way more glamorous place...

She may have one of the most prolific shoe collections in celebs-ville but we had no idea that Sarah Jessica Parker had this many hot pairs of heels... 

The 49-year-old actress has caused a major stir over the last couple of weeks after taking to her Twitter account to post several cryptic tweets to her former co-stars, doing nothing to relinquish the rumours that a third Sex and the City film could be about to start production. Be still our beating hearts... 

And, if this super-cute video is anything to go by, it looks like the style maven is starting to get back in to her Carrie Bradshaw character in a Big way (pun definitely intended...).

SJP took to her award-winning Instagram account last night to share this sweet video with her fans and, true to form, it features some very stunning heels from the AW14 range from her very own shoe line, SJP Collection. 

The clip shows Sarah leave what looks to be her Manhattan townhouse clad in a gorgeous black dress complete with a sheer tulle underlay – is it just us or is anyone else having a SATC-intro déjà vu moment? – to walk down her stairs that appear to be adorned with a dazzling array of court shoes in a rainbow spectrum of colours. 

 

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I dreamed this. X, Sj @sjpcollection

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As she makes her way onto the street, the line of heels continue down the pavement with SJP twirling and smiling warmly for the camera alongside them. Simply captioned, 'I dreamed this. X, Sj @sjpcollection', it's easy to see that the starlet is proud of her designs. 

We don't know about you but Sarah's Instagram has fast-become one of our ultimate favourites on our news-feed. Just think of the posts and snaps that she'll share if those Sex and the City whispers turn out to be true.

Please, PLEASE make it happen, SJP... 

By Maxine Eggenberger

 
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