In the pre-Girls era of the early 2000's, it's pretty safe to assume that you and your girlfriends sat around a bar and discussed which character you were in Sex and the City. Even if you didn't watch the show. Your friends forced you to do this. "YOU'RE SUCH A MIRANDA!" someone would shout. It was obnoxious.
Obnoxiousness aside, though, Sex and the City was one of those TV shows that ended up being a cultural touchstone. Sales of Cosmopolitans went up. Legions of idiots moved to New York City thinking they could survive (and thrive!) on a NEWSPAPER COLUMNIST's salary. Girls who bought shoes at Payless were suddenly pining over Manolo Blahniks. The character of Carrie Bradshaw became a fashion icon, even though she stumbled into our lives as a grown woman wearing a goddamned tutu.
And so, it's a safe bet that any longtime fan of Sex and the City is going to go crazy over The Many Shoes of Carrie Bradshaw's Closet Poster ($29, Pop Chart Lab), which truly cements Bradshaw as a fashion icon. The poster details 50 hand-illustrated iconic shoes from Sex and the City, categorized by designer. Your Bradshaw/shoe-obsessed friend can hang it in her bedroom or her walk-in shoe closet that exists in her imagination.