Warner Bros and Airbnb have painstakingly recreated Carrie Bradshaw’s brownstone apartment, first immortalized in the early aughts HBO show, in honor of the upcoming sequel, And Just Like That. The pistachio-painted walls are there, as is that very 2000s cordless phone. Carrie’s black laptop sits on a desk in a corner, adorned with a post it note (Of the WiFi password—not from Berger.)
Shelves are adorned with everything from martini glasses—perfect for making cosmopolitans—and issues of Vogue.
And then there’s the closet. It’s absolutely bursting with frills, frocks, sparkles, and of course, Manolo Blahniks. Iconic fashion items from the show, from the gold Carrie necklace as well as the Patricia Field tutu Bradshaw wears in the opening credits, serve as stylish easter eggs, ready for anyone to try on.
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Yes, we said try on: Acknowledging that fashion is one of the key reasons that people love Sex and the City and the upcoming And Just Like That, Airbnb and WarnerBrothers are encouraging their guests to play dress up. They’ll even organize a personalized styling and photoshoot experience.
The show’s signature star, Sarah Jessica Parker, is also getting in on the fun as a virtual host. Upon check in, there’s a virtual greeting from the actor, done in the narrative style of the character she made famous.
“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 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.”
Booking for the Bradshaw apartment opens on November 8 at noon. It costs $23 dollars a night—a numeric ode to Sex and the City’s premiere date twenty three years ago—and is located in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood.
Below, take a tour through Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment. . . and maybe start planning a trip to New York yourself.
Originally published in Vogue.com