Did you like that red Chanel scarf Carrie Bradshaw wore in the first "Sex and the City" movie, as she stood on the front steps of her old New York apartment watching the rain fall?
Even if it's out of your price range, having a version of it is possible when you're into the SchTick.
Knit SchTick is a knitting store at 355 Bristol St. in Costa Mesa where longtime model and fashion insider Lauren Horwitz teaches women — and some men — how to knit.
Horwitz's goal when she opened her store about a year ago was to teach women how to knit pieces that look just like the ones fashion designers reveal on the runways of Paris and New York.
And when she saw the Chanel scarf featured in the first "Sex and the City" movie, that got her thinking.
"My customers keep up with everything from politics to pop culture, and I thought that with this being such a big event in the fashion industry, it ties back to our store, which is very fashion forward, cutting edge and up to the minute," Horwitz said. "So we started planning months ago to all knit the scarf together."