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How Samantha Jones Was Written Out of ‘And Just Like That’

‘“And Just Like That” (give or take a few decades), “Sex And The City” is back’ (AV Club)

Gwen Ihnat doesn’t find much to praise in the pilot episode of the series. But as the rare woman in her 50s to review the show, she argues for why it’s necessary. “It’s also an interesting, underlooked age,” she writes of her mid-50s, “and women like me who spent the formative years of our adulthood with Carrie et al. are likely looking forward to processing the autumn of life with these familiar faces (also, to get some much-needed fashion inspiration).”

‘“And Just Like That”: The Shoe Must Go On’ (The New York Times)

This preview piece visits the Brooklyn set of the “Sex and the City” revival and talks to several of its creators and cast members, exploring what might stay the same and what will be different, and asking: “Can a show adapt to changed characters and changing times while still supplying what fans loved about the original?”

‘And Just Like That … Carrie’s Back! Sarah Jessica Parker Opens Up About a Grand Return’ (Vogue)

In a cover story for Vogue, Naomi Fry interviews Parker (exquisitely dressed, of course) about returning to her most famous role. Parker is particularly articulate when discussing the culture around women and age. “It almost feels as if people don’t want us to be perfectly OK with where we are, as if they almost enjoy us being pained by who we are today, whether we choose to age naturally and not look perfect, or whether you do something if that makes you feel better,” she says. “I know what I look like. I have no choice. What am I going to do about it? Stop aging? Disappear?”

‘We Have an Exclusive Look at the Costumes From And Just Like That, and Carrie’s in Another Tulle Skirt’ (InStyle)

‘The Exact Products And Just Like That’s Makeup Artists Used to Create Glamorous Skin’ (Harper’s Bazaar)

InStyle has a chat Molly Rogers and Danny Santiago, who assisted Patricia Field on the original and design the costumes for the reboot, about the show’s high-low (OK, mostly high) aesthetic. And Harper’s Bazaar has a surprisingly in-depth — and shoppable — interview with Sherri Laurence, who leads the makeup team. When it comes to blush, are you a Carrie, a Charlotte or a Miranda?

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