We may have been busy obsessing about Carrie’s wardrobe, but two decades after her television debut, Miranda Hobbs is the real heroine of the show. “Yes, she had her awkward moments, and some of her hairstyles throughout the course of the show were truly bizarre. At the end of the day, though, this woman is a Harvard graduate who made partner by the age of 35. She owns a brownstone and employs a full-time housekeeper. If that isn’t aspirational, we don’t know what is.” So say Chelsea Fairless and Lauren Garroni, the authors of We Should All Be Mirandas, £12.99, Hodder & Stoughton. Born of their satirical Instagram Every Outfit On Sex & The City, this snarky and irreverent manifesto distils Miranda’s core principle, helping to navigate life’s ups and downs. Many will relate to Miranda’s workaholism and sarcasm.