Oh snap, Fashion Kitty on Fancast

Today is like my day or something. A really fabulous site called Fancast gave me opportunity to blab on and on about ‘Cashmere Mafia’ fashions and how they compare to those of ‘Sex and the City’.

Here is a taste of the article or you can read it all here>>>


Fashion Kitty, Fashion Editor over at Thisnext.com, compares Cashmere Mafia and Sex and the City and helps you score that Mia Mason look.

Fashion Kitty
Cashmere Mafia Correspondent


Critics have dubbed ‘Cashmere Mafia’ as the new ‘Sex and the City’ but the two shows really are completely different. ‘Sex and the City’ deals with sex and how it relates to the four character’s lives, whereas ‘Cashmere Mafia’ focuses more on the character’s careers and how that relates to their lives (but sex is included!).

Compare, for instance, Caitlin’s super fab wardrobe during (what else!) her fashion show meltdown, Juliet talking business on a date and Zoe looking fab while she…quits her job (um), to a trailer featuring the SATC gals chatting it up about–you guessed it—Sex and dating in NY. Both teams of ladies look fashionably fabulous, but the clothes highlight two very different aspects of a woman’s life. For Cashmere, sex and love is merely an afterthought. They’ve got a city to conquer and men to squash under their Gucci heels.

Patricia Field, who was the costume designer for ‘Sex and the City’, is also responsible for ‘Cashmere Mafia’ fashions—surprise, surprise! Just like in SATC, the women on Cashmere Mafia are dressed to impress – the only difference is that they can actually afford the clothes they wear (hmm, maybe all that focusing on your career business actually pays off!). Come now, are we really expected to believe that a sex columnist can afford 100 pairs of $400 shoes? A workaholic magazine editor, yes. A columnist who we never really see working? Not so much.

Read it all here>>>

One thought on “Oh snap, Fashion Kitty on Fancast”

  1. Congrats Fashion Kitty!

    I’ve been a fan of Fancast for a while now. I was able to catch up on all of my favorite tv shows for free. But now I’m extra keen on that site since you have contributed your style sense.

    Keep up the good work!

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