Willie Garson, who played the memorable Stanford Bleach, is a talent agent and Sarah Jessica Parker’s best friend Carrie Bradshaw Sex and the City, Died at the age of 57 after a battle with cancer. Here, Chelsea Fairless and Lauren Garoni, co-founders of the viral Instagram account Every Outfit on Sex and the City, pay tribute to the character’s unique style.
Chelsea Fairless: We have Always Stunned Stanny. Her fashion sense is simply iconic. A couple of years ago, this podcast was called Origin, Which goes deep into various television shows, and almost one Sex and the City, Willie Garson said he was Pat Field’s project because the wardrobe department was always getting a lot of push from productions about girls’ clothing – “Carrie looks too crazy, or the girls look too crazy” – but with Stanford, they decided not to ‘make a fuss,’ So they let Pat Field do what he wanted with him. That’s why you get these incredible, awesome outfits that hold up so well.
Lauren Garoni: Suits, colors, patterns.
CF: The monochromatic look was a big thing for Stanford. I think she subscribed to Jenna Lyons’s policy of “Leopard is a Neutral”, without her, it’s a liberty print.
LG: Neon green is a neutral!
CF: He was always very diligent in matching his accessories: Pageboy hat matching tie, with pocket square, matching shoes.
LG: I only watched “All That Glitter” in four seasons, and [Stanford] He is wearing a three-piece neon green suit when he brunches Carrie over the shoe importer – who was told by our audience he is Murray. White lotus– Thinking he’s a straight man. He goes, “I’m green with violence!” And he goes, “Yes you!” Any outfit tied with Michael Patrick King drink is a good look.
CF: I like to see Stanford where he is wearing a mustard yellow plaid suit and little red Elton John-style glasses which is really great. I have a soft spot for her wedding look Sex and the City 2. Although it’s not Gucci, I think it mimics Alessandro Michelle’s approach to men’s clothing.
LG: And pasty embellishment hairy kangol pageboy hat that matches the neon pink and shirt, with the acid green scarf.
CF: But to confirm one thing: Stanford is more relevant today than ever before. This is his moment. Menswear is so messy now, and she really was on that floor.
LG: I’ll dub his look “Urban Dandism” with John Waters humor.
CF: It’s a combination of British, prep, and general Pat Field World View, which is where the people of Manhattan exist who wear these many bright colors.
LG: And patterns of conflict.
CF: Stanford’s style is always consistent. Andy Warhol once said something about its effects, “Don’t change your style or hair because then you won’t age” and that’s really true. He looks exactly the same over the years.
LG: I remember tHe was the first Stanford [Instagram] The post we ever did is: “We all judge. That’s our hobby. Some people do arts and crafts. We judge.”
CF: Perfect wise.
LG: And his quote, “It’s direct love that has stopped.” That one dialogue got an edge, but he’s always funny. We must not forget that Stanford Candace is also a real person in Bushnell’s life.
CF: He was one of the main characters in the column – a real OG. Before the book came out everyone was trying to figure out who the real Stanford Blach was.
LG: Men’s fashion has certainly come to meet Stanford’s style. Now, men – especially straight men – are much less afraid to wear color.
CF: He finds his look and he’s stuck with it. Bless him.
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