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Sarah Jessica Parker: Shopgirl

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NEW YORK — It was a bright, seasonably cool Sunday afternoon, and as the light poured in through the windows of Sarah Jessica Parker’s newly opened shoe boutique at the South Street Seaport, so did the crowds. They were drawn to the candy-colored stilettos on display, and then found themselves in utter rapture upon seeing the star herself.

“I’m sorry, I’m not allowed to take pictures,” said Parker, her forehead crinkled in an expression

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