Carrie Bradshaw's pink outfit with a tulle skirt is one of Sex + The City’s most defining fashion moments and the most recognizable outfit of her wardrobe.
And now’s your chance to get your hands on it.
Just in time for the reboot, fans will have the opportunity to buy the celebrated look donated by famed stylist Patricia Field for Housing Works' annual Fashion for Action fundraiser on November 10-13, 2021.
Housing Works is a NYC non-profit organization that provides advocacy, support, and lifesaving services to those impacted by homelessness and HIV/AIDS.
This year’s event will be a four-day shopping spectacular, in-store and online, gathering icons and influencers in fashion, media, and entertainment.
The festivities will open with a VIP reception, followed by a four-day shopping event with a series of VIP ticketed in-store options as well as general admission.
This year’s event will be hosted by radio personality and author Bevy Smith with celebrated photographer and America’s Next Top Model alum Nigel Barker; InStyle Editor in Chief Laura Brown; actor/activist Patricia Clarkson; and Emmy, Tony, and Grammy Award winner Billy Porter serving as Co-Chairs.
Fashion For Action will showcase a fabulous array of brand-new designer merchandise marked 50-80% off retail prices, donated by the most recognized names in fashion.
The sale will feature menswear and womenswear, shoes, handbags, accessories, jewelry, and cosmetics from brands including 2(X)IST, Badgley Mischka, Dolce & Gabbana, Heartloom, Issey Miyake, NIKE, PHILLIP GAVRIEL FINE JEWELRY, Stella McCartney, Todd Snyder, Vince, Vince Camuto, Yumi Kim, and many more!
The designer merchandise will be complemented by an exclusive selection of one-of-a-kind donations from the honored “Icons”, personalities who are widely recognized for their signature style and contribution to the culture of fashion.
These style trailblazers include Iris Apfel, Mickey Boardman, Carmen Dell’Orefice, Patricia Field, Kathy Hilton, Misa Hylton, Joan Jett, Betsey Johnson, Padma Lakshmi, Chloë Sevigny, and Kimora Lee Simmons.
In addition to the plethora of fashion, there will be a variety of experiential offerings auctioned online on Charity Buzz.
The Housing Works Thrift Shop flagship location in Chelsea will host the in-store portion of the event with all sale proceeds benefiting Housing Works.
Proceeds from Fashion for Action support Housing Works’ ongoing advocacy and integrated services including leading work to address HIV/AIDS and homelessness.
Tickets are now available for purchase with detailed pricing and schedule information available here. A special collection of select items will also be available online at https://eshop.housingworks.org.