Sarah Jessica Parker and Airbnb are offering guests a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to rent out Carrie Bradshaw's apartment from Sex and The City, wardrobe included.
Carrie Bradshaw's iconic New York City brownstone apartment is available to rent on Airbnb for two, one-night stays in November for up to two guests.
While Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda might have been the main characters of the hit show. In our opinion, Carrie's apartment was the main supporting actor (sorry Big and Aidan).
Carrie Bradshaw's desk set-up continues to be heavily referenced in gorgeous home office ideas 20 plus years after the hit TV show graced our screens. Well, now you have the opportunity to sit at that desk, typing with a cosmo in hand.
The apartment has been recreated in partnership with Airbnb and Warner Bros. Consumer Products to celebrate the Sex and The City reboot 'And Just Like That'. The new show is due to premiere later this year in December.
'The Carrie Bradshaw character is near and dear to my heart, and revisiting her world for the continuation of the Sex and the City story has been such a joy,' says Sarah Jessica Parker.
'I’m excited for our audience to experience Carrie’s New York like never before and walk in her shoes, quite literally, for the first time.'
Carrie Bradshaw's apartment
The blue closest really is the star of this apartment - we're still wondering how to incorporate it into our walk-in wardrobe ideas. However, the best part is that the closet comes filled with Carrie's designer and vintage looks from the show.
This is the first time ever that fans/guests have been granted access to the fictional star's closet. It even features the Patricia Field tutu worn in the opening credits of the show.
However, can we also draw your attention to Aidan's leather chair in the living area? Whether you're team Big or team Aidan you can't deny that chair was one of the best designer furniture pieces Carrie invested in.
The whole apartment is a trip down memory lane, with a circa-2000 cordless phone and the Carrie necklace in a key bowl.
As part of the experience, guests will be virtually checked in by Sarah Jessica Parker, with a Carrie-inspired narration.
They will be treated to Cosmopolitans, a chance to dress up in Carrie's closet alongside a styling session and photoshoot. Plus there is also the opportunity to walk down those brownstone steps, but no promises that Big's limo will be waiting at the bottom.
How to book
Anyone currently living in the US is able to book to stay in the apartment. It is not a contest, so you will just have to set reminders on your smart speaker for Monday 8th November at noon ET when bookings open on Airbnb.
The apartment is available to rent out for either the 12th or 13th of November and will be priced at $23 for the night.
To celebrate, Airbnb will make a one-time donation to The Studio Museum in Harlem, a contemporary art museum championing the work of artists of African descent.
Yes, it might be a little gimmicky, but we've already asked Alexa to set an alarm for Monday.
I am the News Editor on Livingetc.com. I have worked as an interiors journalist since graduating with a Masters's in Magazine Journalism from City, University of London in 2018. I started out my career working on women's weekly magazines but made the shift to digital journalism in 2019 to join the Ideal Home website team as a news and features writer.
During that time I nurtured my love of interiors and trends, and received a nomination as AOP Digital Publishing Rising Star 2020. Outside of work I love to sew, knit, and try my hand at a range of new crafts, I am currently dabbling in ceramics. I can't think of a better way to spend my weekend than browsing a haberdashery or antiques fair for hidden design treasures.
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