Rebecca Foakes, from London, is new to the city. “I moved to New York eight months ago, probably because of ‘SATC.’ I regularly look at her on the Bloomingdale’s website,” she said. “The designs go with the show.”


Another guest, Jennifer McEneaney, saw ’s post on Instagram and wanted to come meet her. “She’s such a icon herself, even before ‘Sex and the City.’ I’m going to try and find a pair for work or for my vacation soon,” she said.


“Her being a female and making shoes for females is a really fun way to get that fun and edgy fashion . I went with a fun green shoe, a classic black stiletto and the glitter Mary Jane so I can spruce up an outfit,” said Sabrina Di Maggio. “I think it’s great that she’s willing to come here. She really takes care of this brand as if it’s one of her children. She cares a lot about the brand and what her consumers want.”


The shoe designer for SJP Collection made an appearance at the New York City shop, where she met with consumers to help them shop her shoe line. The star was spotted on the sales floor, surrounded by boxes and bending down to help her customers find the right fit.


Well, this rarely happens. But I have a few free hours tomorrow afternoon and I’m putting myself to work at @ 59th Street. Come stop by “Shoes on 2” around noon. I’ll be working the sales floor and would be thrilled to help you shop the @SJPCollection and our newest spring styles. Really hoping I get the B-Style dress code right. See you there? X, Sj A photo posted by SJP (@sarahjessicaparker) on Mar 14, 2016 at 8:52am PDT


Almost there. Stuck in traffic. On 31st. Had time to change my shoes. Be there soon @bloomingdales! X, Sj A photo posted by SJP (@sarahjessicaparker) on Mar 15, 2016 at 9:04am PDT