Cynthia Nixon has released a line of SATC-themed campaign merchandise, and we want it all

In honour of the show's 20th anniversary

Today marks the 20th anniversary of the first episode of Sex and the City – cue all of the Carrie Bradshaw and co memes you could wish for on your Facebook feed.

It is, and always will be one of the best and most quotable shows of all time; here are 50 quotes from the show that prove it.

Bypass the ongoing SJP/Kim Cattrall feud, and the biggest cast story of the moment is that Cynthia Nixon, aka Miranda Hobbes, is running for New York City governor.

In honour of the show’s big birthday, she’s just released campaign merchandise with a SATC theme – and we want it all.

The collection includes t-shirts, baseball caps and even a tote bag, all emblazoned with ‘I’m a Miranda and I’m voting Cynthia’.

So. Cool.

Fun fact: the t-shirts were actually designed by the team behind the iconic Sex and the City outfit Instagram account, @everyoutfitonsatc.

?WORKING GIRL ? Unsurprisingly, the eighties were cruel to Miranda. She fell victim to an unfortunate sculptural hairstyle, among other things. The period-specific Reeboks and socks combo isn’t particularly cute, but it’s what makes this outfit legit. Also note the white pumps in the Barnes & Noble tote bag, which is a true testament to Pat Field’s ferocious attention to detail. This outfit is important because it’s the only time that Miranda’s awkward corporate attire is used purely for comedic effect. It’s oddly self-aware, self-referential, and arguably the best part of Sex and the City 2. #MirandaHobbes #BusinessAttire #Reeboks #MidtownAesthetic #HairProblems #Corporate #80s #SATC2

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Now all we want in our lives is an ‘I’m a Miranda and I’m voting for Cynthia’ tote bag… even if we can’t actually vote in America.

If you need us, we’ll be over here binging on nineties nostalgia for the rest of the day.

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