As Sarah Jessica Parker's footwear line (created with the CEO of Manolo Blahnik, George Malkemus, no less) launched this month, we decided to celebrate by looking at the best shoe moments from Sex and the City.
Carrie gets mugged
After turning down the wrong street, Carrie's Manolos get stolen from her at gunpoint. We'd have this reaction too.
She realises how much she's spent on shoes
Unable to buy her flat post breakup with Aidan, she realises she's spent a hefty amount of money on her high heels:
"I've spent $40,000 on shoes and I have no place to live?"
Arrival in Paris
She finally arrives in Paris to live with The Russian.
The urban shoe myth
At Vogue, Carrie discovers the fashion cupboard and the Manolos she didn't think existed.
"Do you know what these are? Manolo Blahnik Mary Janes! I thought these were an urban shoe myth!"
The Shoe Shaming
Carrie attends a party where she is asked to remove her shoes. However, they get stolen and her friend refuses to pay out. But it's not about the money, it's, as Carrie puts it, "a woman's right to shoes". Of course.
Big proposes with a shoe
OK, so this is from the first film (*cough* let's not talk about the second, please), but at the end there's nothing more perfect than when Big gets down on one knee and propose with a shoe. We're not crying, honest.
"I fell in Dior"
We've all been there. You saunter into a shop feeling all flash, then next thing you know your skirt's up by your eyeballs and your dignity's run straight out the door. At least she was wearing those amazing knee high boots.
Carrie on the catwalk
Not another great moment in shoes for Miss Bradshaw and yet still a memorable one. She struts down the catwalk looking fabulous. But then she trips. Oops.
Miranda's waters break on Carrie's new shoes
The night before Big leaves to go to California, Miranda goes into labour. Carrie abandons her date with Big and goes to the hospital where Miranda's waters break all over her new pink suede stilettos (pictured here in a better state).
The last episode of the series ever was about tying up all those loose ends. But what we were waiting for was one final walk from the girls dressed up. *wipes away several tears*