's Carrie Bradshaw-inspired closet for features Romo and Fabricut fabrics, trim by Houlès, wallpaper by Lee Jofa, art via New York gallery Sears Peyton, decorative objects from Gracious Home, carpet by NIBA, lamp from High Style Deco, and mirror by Made Goods. Photography by Rick Lew.
Close your eyes: Envision that scene from 2010's Sex and the City 2 movie where Mr. Big gifts fiancé Carrie Bradshaw a closet. The shoe-obsessed New Yorker swoons. End scene and cue audience envy. The set designers' behind that epic walk-in wonder, and Bradshaw's smaller downtown version (that she decided to still keep as storage space and a as-needed marital escape), were . Four years after hitting theaters, the successful design duo is still receiving calls for "Carrie" closets. This week at , the design duo reimagines a closet for the 2014 Carrie—all for a good cause.
Jewelry from Lulu Frost by New York designer Lisa Saltz sits on Hellman-Chang's "Z" round table. Lulu Frost became a go-to source for Marks & Frantz while designing the Sex and the City sets. Photography by Rick Lew.
The vignette's centerpiece is a settee first designed by Marks & Frantz for Sex and the City and now adapted as part of their soon-to-launch capsule collection for to-the-trade furniture company Edward Farrell + Louis Mittman (seen here upholstered in Brunschwig & Fils). Photography by Rick Lew.
If you find yourself in the city April 25-26, you can see a Marks & Frantz "Carrie" closet for yourself at (a popular 3-day interior design showcase benefitting Housing Works "Get A Room" for homeless and low-income New Yorkers living with and affected by HIV/AIDS).