Sarah Jessica Parker went through a million style evolutions as Carrie on Sex and the City , but one item that remained a constant was her simple gold "Carrie" nameplate necklace, which reminds her of her days in New York with Miranda, Samantha, and Charlotte. That fact made it all the more devastating when Carrie thought she lost the beloved necklace in Paris during the series finale—and now, SJP reveals that the same thing almost happened to her in real life—minus the Russian artist boyfriend and the vintage Dior purse. Parker revealed at New York magazine's Vulture Festival that, though she was able to keep "95 percent" of the clothes from the six seasons of the show, it's the necklace that's her most prized possession. That's because she, too, almost misplaced it once. Parker told the crowd that she went to locate the necklace to film one of the SATC movies and couldn't find it, and had a similar freak-out to Carrie's. Luckily, the real-life scenario also has a happy ending, as the nameplate necklace was eventually found though SJP didn't reveal where.
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Sex and the City, a famous TV series prior to the movie, was originally based on a book by Candace Bushnell. The book from which the series was loosely adapted from was first published in and then the HBO television series started in The TV series is a sensuous romantic sitcom that is centering on four ladies living in New York City. The four main characters have varied qualities and are literally different in nature but despite that fact, together with their ever shifting sex life and romantic relationships, they remain close friends who confide ultimately everything to each other. The series tackled various topics from fashion, sexuality, safe sex, promiscuity, immorality, romance and many more while exploring their own self and the many differences of relationships.