Sex and the City premiers a girly night.

The appearance of a “butler in the buff” might have been kiboshed by senior management, but Polhill Communications still managed to host a well-attended Sex and the City party.

Journalists indulged in pink champagne, a chocolate fountain and pizza at Polhill’s London office, which was adorned with pink streamers. There was even a manicurist on hand. And of course, the movie adaptation of the TV series spawned by the Candace Bushnell book was playing in the background. Guests were given the book as a parting gift.

In an industry dominated by men, the women-only night was a welcome respite.