Remember that steamy scene from the first Sex and the City movie where a depressed Samantha watches rapt from her balcony, mouth stuffed with guacamole, as her lothario next-door neighbor frolics on the beach with his paramour du jour? Or the one where she lies immobile on her kitchen table, covered in sushi? For a pretty penny, you can rent the Malibu mansion where it all unfolded.

Rent the Sex and the City Beach House

Image via Coldwell Banker

The three-level mansion–turned–movie set is available for monthly rental fees of $55,000 or $100,000, depending on time frame. Wondering what that hefty price tag will get you? Multiple balconies, a chef’s kitchen, a wine cellar, maid’s quarters, a two-car garage, a stunning stretch of beachfront, and a little claim to fame, for starters. Nightly antics not included.

Want to play Samantha for the summer? See the official listing here.

By Lindsay Lambert, Editor

Is a summer in this Malibu mansion worth the price tag? Tweet us at @ruelala to share.

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June 11, 2014

Chitter Chatter 2.24

Check Out: Jennifer Lawrence’s third Dior campaign. Flawless skin. Amazing arm candy. It just never gets old.

Know: Pharrell’s infamous “Arby’s Hat” can be yours… if you outbid the $10,500 it’s currently up for on eBay. #worthit

Read: Five possible plotlines for a third Sex and the City movie. Screw it. Let’s just make them all.

Discuss: Moschino’s pop culture–inspired F/W 2014 collection. Anyone else suddenly craving a Big Mac?

Tell us what you’re buzzing about this week, or tweet us at @ruelala.

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February 24, 2014

One word can describe how we feel about our More is More. The Sweepstakes: obsessed. So it’s only natural that we have all things NYC on the brain. Just think about it. What would Friends be without Central Perk? Where would Kevin be if he hadn’t gone galavanting around The Plaza?

Read on for our top New York City moments from the big and small screens. Bonus: You can visit where they took place if you win our Grand Prize. Jealous.

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October 10, 2013

Mark your calendar – everyone’s favorite fashionista, Sarah Jessica Parker, is (finally) launching her own shoe line, aptly called SJP. “I really wanted to bring back the single sole,” explains Parker. The actress, who is collaborating with Manolo Blahnik’s CEO on the collection, says she wanted to create and offer “colors, regardless of the trends, to women in beautiful shapes, and at affordable prices.”


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October 3, 2013

The Birkin's Icon Status

What is it that makes the Birkin so lusted-after? Well, part of it certainly has to do with its careful craftsmanship. But there’s more to it, too.

It’s Hollywood’s fashion darling.
The celeb world has taken a serious shine to the Birkin. It’s said that Victoria Beckham (a.k.a. Posh Spice) has a collection that’s worth over 1.5 million pounds – that’s over 2 million U.S. dollars. Though not all collections are that extensive, the bag is certainly not a stranger to paparazzi sightings.

It’s a pop-culture phenomenon.
The bag is frequently referred to in movies and on TV. And did I mention there’s a whole book about what it takes to snag a Birkin? It’s safe to say that the bag has solidified its place in pop-culture lore.

It’s proof that good things come to those who wait.
Getting your hands on a Birkin takes a special kind of devotion. The (now defunct) waiting list was known to be as long as five years, meaning if you wanted a bag you’d have to really want it. And as they say, you always want what you can’t have.

By Anna Kuchinsky, Staff Writer

Last call! Enter our Bag a Birkin Giveaway by tomorrow, March 30, 2013, at 11AM for the chance to win your dream bag.

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March 29, 2013