Remember that dress she wore to the New York premiere of Sex and The City? Well, it'd be worn before - by some socialite called Lauren Santo Domingo. And, most heinous of all... by Lindsay Lohan. According to IMDB: "Designer Olivier Theyskens assured the actress no one had worn or been photographed in the Nina Ricci gown before she slipped into it for the star-studded bash at Manhattan's Radio City Music Hall last week . She only later discovered Lindsay Lohan wore the same dress for a high-profile photo shoot for Harpers Bazaar magazine last year , and socialite Lauren Santo Domingo showed it off to photographers at the Costume Institute Gala in New York just last month." Naturally, Sarah Jessica is miffed. But she at least she managed to say: "In the big picture, this is not important." No, it's not. She could've just left it at that, instead she went on and ON: "But there is a relationship between the entertainment industry and fashion. We've watched sales dwindle and we've watched people be less inclined to spend money on clothes (yay - and open admission that the film is little more than a feature-length advert for designer apparel)... Look, my affection for the dress hasn't changed (WHEEE!) but what they did was so short-sighted. It's just unethical and disappointing that they would allow the dress to be worn again (read: worn before me by an unknown and a child star who's not nearly faired as well as me). I just wish it had been handled differently and they had been straight about it."