SJP Looks Back On Her Red Carpet Highlights to Glamour

12/03/2009 at 09:00 AM ET

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Sarah Jessica Parker took a walk down memory lane with Glamour recently, reminiscing about some of her more noteworthy looks. Highlights include the stunning voluminous dress she wore to the Sex and the City premiere in New York: “This entire dress weighed about a quarter of an ounce; it was one of the last Olivier [Theyskens] did for Nina Ricci,” as well as the beaded, corseted ball gown she donned for the Oscars earlier this year. “This was an old Christian Dior. It was the most amazing color; it was like pewter. It was minty and pistachio and far prettier than in the photographs,” she said. A custom maternity frock also ranks among her favorites, “Narciso Rodriguez made this: It was the reinvention of the maternity dress. I love that dress. I love the shoes, too; those were made for me by Mr. Blahnik. And my hair was super short: Serge Normant did my hair, which was very sweet of him considering that it was a very odd length.” While “odd” is hardly how we’d describe SJP’s style, we’re charmed by her candor as always. Get more of the star’s sartorial self-reflection at Tell us: what do you think of Sarah Jessica’s red carpet looks?

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Shannon on

I think she is wonderful and beautiful! She should be on the best dressed and most beautiful every time!

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