With Fashion Week underway, we look at some behind-the-scenes MVPs in movies and TV who stepped into the spotlight on the runway
Though she'd opened a New York City boutique in 1966 and had been plugging away behind the scenes in costume design since 1986, it was her work with Sarah Jessica Parker on 1995 film Miami Rhapsody that set Field on a track to international notoriety. Three years later, Parker tapped her to design costumes for Sex and the City. Soon enough, the ''Carrie'' necklace, the oversized flower, and a dozen or so other major fashion trends became part of the national zeitgeist. Her work on Sex gave Field the boost to open up another boutique, and take her House of Field label global, and pick up a 2002 Emmy and an Oscar nomination for 2007's The Devil Wears Prada.
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