Fans think Sex And The City’s costume designer Patricia Field just threw *major* shade at Cynthia Nixon
Let’s be honest: the launch of And Just Like That has not been without its controversies. One such controversy has been the renewed attention some of the cast’s ongoing feud with Kim Cattrall has gotten, but news today suggests this is not the only on-set beef that occurred during Sex And The City‘s prime days.
Legendary costume designer Patricia Field, responsible for all of Carrie Bradshaw’s most memorable looks, has commented relating to Cynthia Nixon, which has left fans feeling all sorts of awks, as it appears major shade has been thrown.
You see, And Just Like That sees Field’s former assistant Molly Rogers at the helm of the costume department, making clothing choices for all the major characters, including, of course, Carrie, Charlotte, and Miranda.
Speaking to The Sunday Times about her opinion on Rogers’ work, Field expressed: “I like some of it, I don’t like all of it, but I know what she’s dealing with.”
Expanding on her comment, the designer explained:
“I know those gals! Sarah Jessica [Parker] thinks she knows everything – and she does. Cynthia Nixon thinks she knows everything – and she doesn’t! Even today, when I speak with Molly, it’s about Cynthia. I say, ‘I remember what you are going through.'”
The comments made by Patricia Field certainly haven’t gone unnoticed, with numerous publications honing in on the exchange, which is now being talked about on social media, too.
However, it’s worth pointing out that the comments may not point to a long-standing feud of any sort, seeing as Field wished Nixon a happy birthday in 2020 on Instagram with a throwback snap.
It’s likely the comments made were simply about a difference in opinion regarding costumes and style. Here’s hoping…
Patricia Field is currently working on Emily In Paris, which sees the second series released this week. Field’s genius is seen through Emily and friends’ colourful, eclectic fashion sense, one of the show’s major draws.