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Sarah Jessica Parker wows with a week of glitter dresses

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Sarah Jessica Parker Glitter Dresses

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While the days of Carrie Bradshaw may be in the past, but Sarah Jessica Parker is still turning heads with every red carpet appearance she makes.

The Sex and the City star may have outshone the A-listers at the premiere of Sam Mendes’ Charlie and the Chocolate Factory musical in London on Tuesday. Joined by a dapper husband Matthew Broderick and their ten-year-old son James, the stylish Parker-Broderick family was all smiles on the red carpet. Possibly inspired by the famous golden tickets, Parker was decked out in a glittery Marc Jacobs number from the designer’s Resort 2014 collection. The black and gold striped sequined dress showed off her famously petite frame, and was paired with a simple black and gold plated bracelet. SJP finished off her look with a pair of classic black heels by Manolo Blahnik and a colour-block Fendi Baguette bag.

While Tuesday night may have been a family affair event, last night’s Serpentine summer party was exclusively for the grown-ups. Hosted by American fashion designer L’Wren Scott and beau Mick Jagger, the English-themed summer fundraiser event was filled with VIPs like supermodels Kate Moss and Naomi, fashion royalty Daphne Guinness and real royalty, Princess Beatrice. While many of the guests wore designs by Scott, SJP opted for another sparkly piece for the event, a silver Gatsby-inspried flapper dress by Naeem Khan from his Resort 2014 collection. She accessorized with crystal bracelets and layered necklaces by Fred Leighton and repeated her same pair of black Manolos she wore at the previous event. Looking a little sultrier, the actress wore her tousled hair down parted at the centre with dramatic smoky eyes and nude lips.

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