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Did Fashion-Forward “Sex in the City” Start ‘I’m Not a Plastic Bag’ Trend Back in 2002?

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Yes, that’s right. A bag that I can only guess says “Stop Using Plastic Bags” was aired on Sex in the City, Season 4, Episode 61 on January 6, 2002.

Inspiration for Anya Hindmarch’s “I’m Not a Plastic Bag”? Perhaps. We’re looking into it. The fashion credits for the episode tell us nothing…unless you want to know what dress or watch Miranda is wearing.

The find was uncovered by Fashionista. Jezebel also picked it up, with a reader commenting that Miranda is carrying a plastic cup in that shot. Keen eyes all around.

UPDATE: We’ve heard from Anya – she’d never seen that episode before…just a random coincidence!

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