Sarah Jessica Parker: ‘I will be very, very sad if Hillary Clinton doesn’t run’

First of all, this is one of the best Sarah Jessica Parker pictorials I’ve seen in a while. I think SJP must be a difficult subject to style and photograph these days – judging from so many of her red carpet appearances, it seems like she’s having problems styling herself too. But this shoot for Net-a-Porter’s digital fashion magazine is pretty good! The interview is pretty interesting too – SJP talks about her foot issues, Hillary Clinton and a lot more – go here to read the full piece, and here are some highlights:

Her history with heels: “For ten or so years, I literally ran in heels. I worked 18-hour days and never took them off. I wore beautiful shoes, some better made than others, and never complained. But then I did I Don’t Know How She Does It, and I was very thoughtful about my whole wardrobe and said you know, [Kate Reddy] could not afford really good shoes, she would go to Nine West or Aldo. So I got shoes from there and the bottom of the shoes aren’t leather, they are plastic, so I slipped a couple times, twisted my ankle. I went to a foot doctor and he said, ‘Your foot does things it shouldn’t be able to do. That bone there… You’ve created that bone. It doesn’t belong there.’ The moral of the story is, the chickens are coming home to roost. It’s sad, because my feet took me all over the world, but eventually they were like, ‘You know what, we are really tired, can you just stop – and don’t put cheap shoes on us?’”

Tabitha and Marion (3 years old) fight over clothes: “Oh my God… I don’t know what happens in other homes, but in mine, it’s very, very different and much harder. I probably deserve it – I should have to deal with girls. The emotions run so much higher. The arguing about clothes? I am stunned. We have a whole fashion system to try and override the fighting.”

SJP’s closet: “I wear seven percent of what’s in my closet. I have more pants, more jeans and more corduroys than I ever imagined I’d own in my life. I have dresses I keep, and I go, ‘Better not throw that out because I’m gonna have an occasion’. But the occasion never presents itself and this weekend I am cleaning it all out. I said to my husband, ‘It’s going to be an echo chamber in there.’”

She has manners: “Even if there’s someone I don’t like, I can’t bear to bitch about them. And I can’t stand the proliferation of reality shows where women are mean to each other. I can’t believe the way they talk to each other, the names they call each other.”

She hopes Hillary Clinton will run for president again: The women she looks up to are “cultured, very curious. They see everything, they read everything, they’re very interested in the world.” Right now, she has high hopes of seeing America’s first female President. “I’m a huge fan of Hillary Clinton. Her curiosity is so compelling to me, her desire to listen and learn and travel. Personally, and I mean this with all sincerity, I will be very, very sad if she doesn’t choose to run. I think she has so much to offer and is equipped to do it well, to be thoughtful, reasonable, strong, authoritative, empathetic. The conventionally female parts of her can partner well with the parts of her that are considered not as female to make a great leader.”

[From Net-a-Porter Magazine]

I’ve known women who have such horrible foot problems because they practically lived in heels for decades. I never understood that – but maybe I just wasn’t made that way. I hate walking in heels (3 inches or higher) and I rarely do. I’ve always had a strange admiration for women who are like, “Oh, these 4-inch heels are so comfortable!” HOW? As for SJP’s comments about Hillary Clinton… well, it will certainly be interesting if Hillary runs. At this moment, I’m not sure she even knows if she’ll run.

Photos courtesy of Net-a-Porter.

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  1. siobhan says:

    “very very sad”???! Good grief!!

  2. virginia5 says:

    sorry but I still find her unattractive.

  3. Rhea says:

    She looks good. Love the first and the last picture.

    • V4Real says:

      I’m sorry I know looks are not everything but the only thing attractive about this woman is her bank account.

      • MCraw says:

        I love her. SATC got me thru college.

        But, one time I was surprised to hear my brother say “Man, she’s HOT!” I was shocked cuz my brother usually says that about VS models or big-booty Video Girl types. So I asked what he found “hot” about her. He said she has a weird beauty. That yeah, she’s not hot in the usual sense, but that she has an interesting face and seemed smart. And a killer body. I learned something new about him that day and was SO proud that my brother wasn’t the shallow perv I previously believed him to be. I have SJP to thank for that. Love her always lol

      • V4Real says:

        To each his own but maybe your brother is into girls that have an androgynous look to them or perhaps he likes horses. Sarah has that long face that resembles a horse. Not saying that’s what makes her unattractive because Gisele has that same look, but she can pull it off; Sarah can’t.

      • Anna says:

        I agree with you. I find her very unattractive and most definately not a “jolie-laide” weird beauty either. Also, while she says the right things in interviews, more and more I came to believe that she says what she “has” to say to sound edgy, artsy, and (pseudo) intellectual but I find her unconvincing and I am not one to be “catty” just for sport’s sake

      • Rhea says:

        @V4real :
        You are entitled to your opinion.

        To be honest, I don’t think she’s the prettiest actress out there, but with that being said—I still think she looks good here. I found that this is the best look I’ve seen from her after all these years.

      • V4Real says:

        “She looks good here”
        It’s called make-up and photo shop.

        If this is the best she has ever looked, then you guys just proved my point that she is not attractive; because she looks horrible esp in pic two and three. That wind in the hair look doesn’t work for everyone and the hands in the pocket I’m giving my cool sultry come hither look is just desperate and try hard. She needs to close her mouth.

        Maybe I’m just bitter.

        But you guys are entitled to your opinions as well. Hey, it would be a pretty boring website if we all agreed right?

        Plus I guess the most important thing is what she is saying about Hilary. I with her on Hilary running for Prez.

      • Rhea says:

        @V4real :
        Like I said, I don’t think she’s the prettiest one out there.

        And, yes I’m not expecting everyone here to have the same opinion. What fun would that be in that then? :D

        But my point is, every person—even one you don’t count as pretty or attractive in physical appearance for most of the time—could surprise you and looking good than her normally everyday look with the right clothes/hair style/make up, don’t you think?

      • Lulu says:

        V4Real. When SITC was hot, I got compared to her (favorably) by men. And I am not androgynous at all. But I have her hair, and while my facial features are not as exaggerated as hers, they are similar. Moral ofstory, I guess she is plenty attractive to many.

    • Nev says:


      her beauty is REAL.

      she has a bubbly spirit and an intelligence about her…the most amazing natural fashion sense and carries herself with a fierce attitude.

      • Jilli says:

        Agree! She has a unique interesting look and wears clothes so well! Plus, she seems like a nice person.

      • Hakura says:

        Agreed. I believe there are some that can’t physically translate the attributes they have that make them attractive. Her physical appearance isn’t what makes her ‘attractive’ to so many people. It’s the way she carries herself, her attitude, ect.

        Plus not everyone is easy to photograph, due to angles & shadows, or just being plain NOT photogenic. (I’m definitely not photogenic, myself, but have no qualms with my appearance any other time).

      • V4Real says:

        I think you girls are getting SJP confused with her character Carrie. Bubbly, nice, fashionable, come on. People have said she’s such a dick to her husband and my opinion still remains that she is not pretty. When Ally McBeal was a populare show people used to say that Calista Flockhart was hot but they were living in the moment of her popularity of a hit show. Neither Calista or SJP are hot.

      • Hakura says:

        @V4Real – I was only going off of what I knew, in this case. She’s definitely not attractive physically. If she’s unattractive on the inside too, then she has nothing going for her. Perhaps others have been associating her w/a character she’s played. *shrugs*

        Re: Calista Flockart – I have -never- understood how anyone could find CF ‘hot/attractive’. I mean, here’s just something about her face that makes her unattractive to me. Weird angles or something, the shape of the nose puts off her whole face.

        Though I do have to give her props for not caving to Hollywood’s pressure & getting a boob-job. This is supposedly from 2013 -> – Her body is great, I have to admit. (Though it looks like that lady in the background has more than enough to share, right?)

  4. Ally says:

    I agree with SJP on Hilary running, I’ve admired her since the 80′s….now if only I was american and could vote:(

    Love the pics, I think Sarah Jessica should starting moving towards a cleaner look now she’s older, ditch the ditsy flowers and frills.

  5. KellyinSeattle says:

    The last pic just brought out memories of my drunk Aunt Babe dancing at the family picnic. Ahh, good times!

  6. Nev says:



  7. aims says:

    I’d love for Hillary to run. In a perfect world I’d love to see Hillary run, and debate Palin. That would be awesome.

  8. Happymom says:

    I find it interesting that she slammed Nine West and Aldo by name-usually she’s pretty diplomatic.

    • Miss M says:

      I noticed that too… calling them cheap… she threw her diplomacy out of the window!

    • Thiajoka says:

      I can’t wear heels anymore either, but then I don’t have the option to put money out on designer shoes–maybe I could still wear heels if I could afford some Louboutins. I was kind of surprised to hear SJP make a statement that seemed so elitist, although I don’t think she really meant to be elitist, I think she just has a different reality from most people and forgot it for a bit while being candid.

    • original kay says:

      I can’t afford Nine West or Aldo.

      I have to shop at payless or walmsrt (I do like their line of shoes though)

      I guess I am gutter to her huh?

    • Emma13 says:

      I was surprised also! Especially since I feel like Nine West is an expensive company, and whenever I do try on their shoes I think, “oh how comfy so much better than the payless ones I own.” : (

    • Ally8 says:

      SJP loves to come on all “common people” but then she’ll always throw in clueless Goopy comments like this.

      Nine West is expensive and the quality has definitely declined in recent years. Most of their shoes are now lined with plastic, which is hideously sweaty and uncomfortable (doesn’t breathe, doesn’t shape to your foot), and they make 4-inch heels and flats and nothing inbetween.

      Aldo has much better choice. In fact, when they try to lessen the cost of the shoe, the inside will be leather and the outside plastic, which will make them more comfortable.

      Just get used to reading the materials labels on shoes. Even affordable brands make all-leather shoes. As for the twit SJP, she should simply have asked the wardrobe assistants to have the shoes re-soled right away, which they should have done anyway. I always do this with mine before wearing them.

      Anyway, very expensive brands will often cheap out with a plastic heel and sole, too, because even rich numbnuts like SJP don’t consider how their clothes are made beyond the price point. She also conflates two things in her story: she slipped in a lower-priced shoe, but her feet are deformed from years of wearing expensive high heeled shoes.

  9. lin234 says:

    Whenever I see her, I always think of the scene in Sex in the City where she ran in the rain in high heels. F. How did she do that? Or maybe because I’ve never bought heels that cost 600+. But even with a leather sole, people still twist their ankles and whatnot. SJP was like a superwoman the way she wore heels.

    • Hillshmill says:

      Damn, and here I was thinking I was splurging on a pair of Nine West leather wedges. It’s unfortunate I don’t have hundreds of dollars to spend on shoes that spend all day under my desk.

      • lin234 says:

        Take a look at NM online. 600 is on the low end. average cost for heels seems to be around 800-1,000.

        Since I’m super hard on shoes, I can’t imagine spending that much ever. I can understand splurging on a good purse you can use for a long, long time but not shoes. In fact, I’d choose a purse over some new gadget that will be outdated in 3 years.

      • L says:

        The only time I splurge is on shoes-and by that I mean in the 100-200 range for hiking boots or running shoes. For everyday flat, if it’s 50 I’m spending the big bucks.

      • lin234 says:

        These days I do most of my shopping for shoes and clothes at Banana Republic. If you get their credit card, it makes shopping there super duper cheap. For every 200 you spend on the usual day to day stuff, you get 10 dollars in BR bucks. On top of that, they always send you promotions for 30& off and 40% off if you use their card to shop. You can use the BR bucks you earn from the credit card with the promotions. Which basically comes down to me spending very very little for shoes that are supposed to cost at least a hundred or so. I try to get them on sale and with a promotion. And when you have a card, 30% off to 40% off is the norm. It’s fun getting decent stuff that is around the same or cheaper than what you’d spend at Forever 21 or H &M.

        Also BR bucks can be used at gap, old navy, Athelta, Piperlime. Like with every credit card, as long as you pay off the balance in full each month, using a credit card can be full of advantages. :)

        P.S. I’m not affiliated with them. I just love a good deal.

    • Nicolette says:

      OMG so do I. It’s the one where she’s running after Aidan’s dog Pete. I’ve never understood how she did that. I would have fallen flat on my face.

    • Just Me says:

      10 years ago, all of these shoes ranged in the $300-400 price range. Occasionally, up to $600. In recent years, there have been significant price increases. Same for designer purses. I have a theory about that, but I’m getting distracted here.

      I was into shoes back during the Carrie Bradshaw years. I didn’t have the responsibilities then that I do now so I could afford them. These days, I’m not as picky. I will say that she has a point about well made shoes. I have a fabulous pair of Yves St Laurent strappy high heeled sandals that I can run in. I just can’t do that in my cheaper shoes. The heels are weak and end up breaking. Oh well. I suppose I shouldn’t be running in dresses anyway.

    • Feebee says:

      When I used to wear heels I found it no harder to run in them than walk. When you run fast it’s usually on the ball of your foot, so you don’t engage the heel. I found walking heel first more uncomfortable in really high heels.

  10. Stubbylove says:

    LOVE SJP. Per usual, the pics are heavily photoshopped – especially on her arms and hands.

  11. elceibeno08 says:

    I have worn high heels for kicks and giggles and they are like a torture device from the Spanish inquisition. I cannot believe that women can go for hours standing on the ball of their feet. Hillary got my vote should she run for office. The republican party has a some serious worrying to do if she does run.

  12. ladybert62 says:

    She is just so unattractive – I have NEVER understood her success.

  13. Scarlett Begonia says:

    I really hope that Hilary runs too. At this point, I think that she is the only hope that the Dems have. Of course a lot can change in 4 years.

  14. L says:

    My sister wore nothing but heels for years, and it shortened the tendon at the back of her heel. So now, she can’t wear flats and walking at home is just brutal. Apparently her doctor told her she has to wear at least a inch heel, and gave her a bunch of exercises to build up foot strength etc.

    My mother always warned us that high heels would ruin your feet/knees/back eventually, so I’m not surprised by this news from anyone.

  15. Jess says:

    I have loved SJP since Square Pegs days and still love her now. I like that she isn’t conventional looking but has made it in an industry where most women are pretty in a boring, conventional way. And I agree with her re Hilary. Please run for President!

  16. Jayna says:

    Hillary needs to run. I will be sad, too, if she doesn’t. Brilliant woman.

  17. TheOriginalKitten says:

    I’m avoiding politics right now-burnt out.

    However, does anyone know how SJP gets her hair like that? I mean THAT long and thick? I googled and I saw nothing about extensions (except for a few that were woven in for the SATC movies) so I’m pretty certain this is real.

    After a recent cut I’m anxious to grow my hair back-currently taking Hair Nourish, doing scalp massages, eating tons of protein, practicing black magic and other voodoo that’s likely completely ineffective but I need hair tips, ladies, please-product recs, anything…just help a Kitten..

  18. Auruor says:

    This is a really pretty pictorial.

    I have baby twins, so it’s always interesting to get a glimpse of what I might be in for in a few years — I anticipate lots of bickering like she describes.

    Here is what I have found about heels — SJP is right about cheaply-made heels, but it’s also about two other things: (1) the shape of the toe — I find open-toed, gently arced toe shapes more comfortable than sharp points or round toes, and (2) the stack of the front of the heel. I find heels that have a slight stack in the front of the heel INFINITELY more comfortable than those that have the front of the shoe resting directly on the floor. I can wear those for hours.

  19. Miss M says:

    Happy International Women’s day!!!!

  20. kpist says:

    What is it about Hillary, the way she was so gullible with her husband? What were her achievements as SEC of State?Anyone? It seems as though none of the people who want to do us harm have changed their minds due to great statesmanship. We are certainly buying Egypt, and that doesn’t even help.

    Is it the way her family had a fire at the Rose Law firm that destroyed the documents that proved they were awarded contracts with conflicts of interest from her husband in Arkansas.

    • kpist says:

      don’t even get me going about Benghazi

    • garvels says:

      Ditto……I think it would be interesting if the Dems ran Hillary and the GOP ran Rand Paul………the debates would be filled with fireworks. The Libertarian Paul going against the Democratic establishment. In my dreams, the establishment GOP will probably run Jeb Bush UGH!!!!!!!!!

    • LAK says:

      YepM collective amnesia ove Hilary’s career in Arkansas as well as her run as first Lady and her run as secretary of state.

      Let’s not forget her run as a presidential candidate which originated those Barack HUSSEIN Obama campaign and her lack of grace when she lost the nomination.

      I am not on board the Hilary train. If it must be a woman president, they need to find someone else.

      Regarding SJP, she was cute and pretty when she was young right up to season 5 of SATC. She just aged suddenly and rapidly during season 6. Unfortunately, she still applies her Make up like she’s that pretty, cute thing and unfortunately, what worked before doesn’t work now. She needs a make over.

      On a personal note, shoes are definitely an area that requires spending. Cheap mass produced heels have no design thought with regards fit and dynamics of the leg/foot. Things like the placement of the heel, the shape of the front, and for high heels, where/how the arch hugs your foot. Manolo Blahniks are very well made, and it is perfectly possible to run in them. That’s how comfortable they are.

      I am with SJP with regards Nine west and Aldo. They kill my feet every time. The only cheap brand of shoes that work for me is Office.

      • Jayna says:

        Her lack of grace when she lost the nomination? She gave a wonderful concession speech snd gave it with grace snd fignity and surprised everybody by working in Obama’s administration snd being a true team player. Her time in the Senate showed her ability to work across the aisle and she earned their respect.

        Rock on, Hillary.

  21. ctkat1 says:

    I’ve been doing the wedding circuit this past year, and I always pack a pair of flipflops or ballet flats to change into for the dance floor, because I usually dance for a few hours. My brother’s girlfriend wears these sky high four inch heels all night long, and she’s out there boogying with all of us. I have no idea how she can spend 6+ hours, most of them dancing, in those shoes.

  22. j.eyre says:

    Love the pictures.

    I am afraid I am a heel addict. I am insecure about the length of my legs and rarely wear anything lower than 3 inches – even in summer. My feet don’t hurt yet but I promise to blame no one but myself when they do.

    • Thiajoka says:

      When I was a kid–a kid, like 10, 11, I wore platform heels a lot. Mind you, this was around 1973, 1974, so I wasn’t alone in my choice, just that most kids my age didn’t wear them. But I had older cousins who were a bad influence. I had a friend whose father was a podiatrist and he warned me that I would eventually have foot and back problems. I laughed, then went on into my teens and twenties wearing stilettos most of the time, even at work.

      By my thirties, I accepted that I couldn’t go over 3 inch heels anymore and started wearing those retro-heels that were blockish-looking. I still only wore those most of the time and even walked my dog in them because I’d get dressed for work before walking her and then walk her again right after I got home from work.

      By my forties, I only dared wearing heels occasionally. I still do if I’m going to a wedding, a funeral, etc., but I usually have to sit most of the time. I have arthritis, so I don’t know that I can completely blame the heels, but I do wish I’d spent more time out of them than in them when I was younger.

      But you know what? I did have fun wearing them and I looked good most of the time. So it’s crap shoot, really.

  23. Ellie66 says:

    She looks great! I used to wear 4in heels (ocasionaly 5in ) everyday for years did everything in them, now I work at home and I have a 9 year old son so no more heels, but the effects the heels left are huge bunions on my big toes my second toes are bent and I have heel pain. She is right they mess up ur feet ladies beware! :)

  24. AmandaPanda says:

    I’d bet that sjp has hypermobility syndrome – lots of dancers have it, and her doc’s comments about her foot going places it shouldn’t be able to support that. She needs to be careful – orthotics and a supportive shoe would work wonders.

  25. TG says:

    I like SJP and I think she is attractive and I love horses and people with animal-like faces. I agree with the person who said above that SJP is a good TV actress with limited range. She is like Jennifer Aniston and Kristen Stewart they can only do one type of character and that worked beautifully for S&TC but unfortunately, I have not liked any of her movies afterwards. I don’t know if I am just getting old or if my tastes have matured but I can’t stand most of the chick flicks they put out these days and I used to be chick flick queen. They are still my preferred movie types but so many of them are stinkers that even I cant’ watch them. Nothing with Jennifer Anison, Reese Witherspoon, SJP, and so on can I tolerate anymore. If they would stick to a simple formula they would probably have me in a seat at the theatre.

    • LAK says:

      It’s not your age. Chickflicks are definitely worse in the past 10yrs. The current generation of Hollywood suck at chickflicks. Everyone is too busy making comic book/fantasy films to put together the sorts of films that were so easy. And the older generation has retired or are dead.

      SATC (the TV show) was the last hurrah of the genre. There has been may be 5 outings that gave hope, none with SJP, heigl, Reece or Jen Aniston.

      • lisa2 says:

        I think the problem for a couple of the women mentioned is they played the same character too long. I think it is a problem for people that have success in TV. they become the character too much. And the character mannerisms become their own. When I see SJP in a movie all I see is Carrie. She talks like the character, moves like the character, everything. Same with J. Anison (although in all fairness I may have seen 2 of her movies. I don’t go to see her on film)

        so If you want to do TV. Then do a character for a couple of years and leave. Don’t care how successful the show is LEAVE and do another show with a different character or something else. Look at people that guest star on shows. they get to do such diverse things.

      • LAK says:

        The funny thing is that SJP didn’t need TV. She had a successful ongoing career in many well received films. I am sure she gave a good reason for switching to TV but i can’t remember what it was. And SATC was really risky thing for her to do, even if it was on HBO. And then she was stuck such that people gloss over her earlier roles.

    • Jayna says:

      I agree. Thinking back to When Harry Met Sally, My Best Friend’s Wedding, those movies took you somewhere, not a tired, flimsy rom-com.

  26. Kelly says:

    Really like SJP and agree with her re Hillary!!

  27. trillian says:

    I love my feet that’s why I would never put four inch heels on. For the life of me I don’t see why anyone would WANT to wear them. Plus, I’m tall, I can spit on people’s heads in my kitten heels ;-) .

  28. Grace says:

    Hillary with Jill Stein(or Cynthia McKinney) for the win.
    America needs a change. Quickly.

  29. Paloma says:

    I ruined my feet with high heels; they weren’t cheap, but they weren’t $600.00 either.

  30. hoganbcmj says:

    She’s not a conventional beauty, that’s for sure, but she’s got great style and she’s pretty in a different way, which is always refreshing to see. I like that she’s smart, but she does come off a little rich and pampered here, which – of course she would …

  31. kay says:

    my dad mentioned something interesting that I didn’t factor in- is Hilary getting too old to run? In four years she’ll be 68-69, that means she’ll be in her 70s as president if she won. is that older than most presidents, or is that normal? no idea, i’m not american. but if she were to run i’d be super excited.

  32. Nanny Boo Boo says:

    And I will be very disappointed if my new pony does grow up to look just like Sarah…

  33. CM says:

    This article is interesting…disagree with her conclusion that ‘cheap shoes’, caused her foot problems. I think that has more do to with her wearing high heels constantly because she’s around 5’2. As for Hilary Clinton running for President, I don’t think she will. She’ll be in her 70′s by the time she’s elected won’t she? Unfortunately, I think ageism and sexism will play a role and the nomination will go to someone who’s under 60. However, there may not be any ‘shining star’ candidate, and she may get the nomination, because she’s the only democratic candidate with any name recognition. As for SJP’s style, I think it’s great. Looks wise, she was passable-pretty (not stunningly beautiful, but pretty with the right makeup and hair) in her early twenties and 30’s (see ‘Honeymoon in Vegas’) but like a lot of us, she’s aged. That’s made her loose fat in her face, which made her eyes look smaller, and her nose look bigger. It’ll happen to a lot of us. At least we have the luxury of being able to age without droves of people critiquing us.

  34. Louise says:

    Oh yes. Let’s elect a female Obama. Finish off the country. Stay in your bubble, horsey.

  35. Alex says:

    SJP’s discussion of shoes & HRC in the same article is interesting because Hillary has previously written about her inability to wear heels. She was told she could no longer wear them sometime in the 90s when she was first lady and as I recall she wrote that she was saddened by the diagnosis. I suppose I never pay attention to Hillary’s shoes because of the pantsuits.

  36. Latifah says:

    I can’t wear heels that are shorter than 4 inches. I’m 5’1 and i love the added height. Plus, > 4 inch heels always look much more gorgeous to me. That being said, i don’t wear heels a lot, and i NEVER wear stiletto or thin heels. I like wedges a lot, and chunky looking heels with a platform. Again, i just prefer the look of chunky looking shoes more than thin stilettos, but they are also miles and miles away more comfortable than stilettos so whenever i do wear heels, it takes a really long time for my feet to get sore.

  37. Adeb says:

    “You may not agree with a woman, but to criticize her appearance — as opposed to her ideas or actions — isn’t doing anyone any favors, least of all you. Insulting a woman’s looks when they have nothing to do with the issue at hand implies a lack of comprehension on your part, an inability to engage in high-level thinking. You may think she’s ugly, but everyone else thinks you’re an idiot.” ~ Hillary Clinton

  38. phlyfiremama says:

    Not Hilary. Elizabeth Warren!!!

  39. Pop Will Eat Itself says:

    I think SJP is still the target of misogynistc backlash from SATC. The women in that show were independant, confident and unashamed of their sexuality and values and a lot of people hated them for it.

  40. jane16 says:

    She is the most superficial, obnoxious, and arrogant human I have ever met, and I’ve met tons of ‘em. Considering that her “acting” consists of non stop whining in a tinny voice, and behaving like a spoiled brat, I can’t imagine why she gets these jobs. To say nothing of the fact that she is not attractive, which is a polite understatement compared to what I hear others say about her. To Fashion & Makeup industries: for the love of god, get off your actress schtick and go back to using real models. Please!

  41. Dana M says:

    I like SJP. She always has interesting things to say.

  42. dee says:

    Those of us unable to spend $1000s on shoes will have to muddle through with cheap ones no matter what our feet tell us. What a clueless airhead.

  43. Kiddo says:

    Editing, photography, or photoshop choice, it doesn’t matter, that armpit shot is terrible. My eye is just drawn to it and nothing else. It looks deformed. The other pics are flattering.