Patricia Field: The Stylists Who Defined an Era
Candace Bushnell created the character of Carrie Bradshaw and Patricia Field made her a fashion icon. Before Sex and the City was Sex and the City, and Ugly Betty stole our hearts. New York City Stylist Patricia Field stepped a stern foot in fashion inventing the first pair of leggings. Now years since her debut, she’s managed to lull us into a world of fashion couture… effortlessly. Soon Sex and the City admirers followed Patricia Field, enchanted by her New York City flare.
It’s hard to fathom a world without Patricia Field, her vision created a world of fashion most of us dream of, starting with Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw, whose vintage chic is forever alluring—the pink tutu never gets old! The Devil Wears Prada changed the fashion game: A la′ corporate couture, Andy Sachs' timeless ensemble exemplified the importance of staples: Killer shoes strutting power (bravo), Prada suites demanding authority (grand grandeur) red lipstick (lip provocateur), and the dark glasses (opulent iconography), whose simplicity applied mystery and unspoken stardom. Patricia Field plays the Fashion god well; captivating imagination as she unfolds colors in Confessions of a Shopaholic—what more can you ask for? The pinks, the reds, the ultra- feminine hues draped on Isla Fisher were “must-haves” at first sight.
Paricia Field, is—and will always be—a woman of many visions and many talents. iFashion Network anticipates another moment when we can look and say, “Wow. She did it again.”
Patricia Field, one of fashion’s best.
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