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Fashion's starring role

Over the top? Sometimes. But 'Sex and the City' gave women a new lease on style.

(AP Photo/Craig Blankenhorn, New Line Cinema)
By Christopher Muther
Globe Staff / May 29, 2008

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Women would not necessarily take relationship advice or dating tips from "Sex and the City" heroine Carrie Bradshaw - and that would probably be a wise move - but over the past 10 years the character has been acting as another kind of mentor for the masses: fashion icon. (Full article: 625 words)

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