HBO Max has thrown pop culture-istas everywhere into a frenzy with the announcement that TV's most hate-watched show, And Just Like That..., will return for a second season.

An objectively insane series, the Sex and the City reboot has already dealt us wild cards including but not limited to: an alcoholism plot line, a thieving Chucky doll, and the coining of an unprecedented term, "comedy concert."

And of course, there's been a veritable cornucopia of wacky fashion, courtesy of Molly Rogers, the protege of legendary SATC costumer Patricia Field.

I'm still recuperating from the triumph that is Carrie's Eiffel Tower-shaped Judith Leiber clutch (filled with Mr. Big's ashes, mind you), the tragedy of her Balen-Gucci moment, and the iniquity of her Diwali "sari," but my mind is already racing with bright ideas for the show's wardrobe team.

I couldn't help but wonder, is the addition of the Miu Miu set to the season two cast and crew absolutely necessary? (Yes.)

Behold: the And Just Like That... fashion that would leave me gasping for air.

That Miu Miu Skirt Set

I can see it now: an entire episode dedicated to Carrie, Charlotte, and Miranda grappling with the comeback of Y2K fashion, symbolic of our heroines' ongoing struggle to keep up with the youth as middle-aged women. The Miu Miu skirt set is passed among the three like a blunt. Eventually, they give it to Rock.

Telfar Shopping Bag (Large)

I need Miranda to put down the Big Ass Backpacks and invest in the big Telfar (I sense she's a "Mustard" gal).

Diesel by Glenn Martens

I can, in fact, picture Carrie in Diesel's denim shoe-pants. This is the woman who once wore a belt around her bare waist, and paired a Birkin bag with a terrycloth tube dress — she can handle a little Glenn. (Plus, Julia Fox cameo?)

Balenciaga x Crocs Boots

I'm craving me some Che in huge, hulking boots. (Suggested plot twist: they're a Ye apologist.)

Gucci x adidas

Seema Patel is the type of woman who could upsell me into taking out a mortgage on a $10 million penthouse, spit in my face, put her Marlboro Light out on my arm, and have me begging for more. She would also look fabulous in that Gucci x adidas tracksuit gown.

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