emily: Emily in Paris inspires dopamine fashion
As we adjusted to the new routine life of lockdown, sipping on organic concoctions in the comfort of our homes, “Emily in Paris – Season 2” was the real entertainment treat. Released recently, this series is seen as a favorite choice of pandemic binge watches. Dreaming of a day at the beautiful French Riviera, being decked out like a pretty Parisienne in various exotic French locations with a romantic view, that’s all one could wish for. This little girl seems to live it all in king size, making sure the world misses the mesmerizing French countryside, the beaches of the French Riviera and the city of Paris. Emily Cooper (Lily Collins) and her friends have the perfect trip to Villefranche-sur-Mer – a seaside town near Nice – the capital of the French Riviera. They give us very enticing ideas to make love with French Fashion Beachwear. Camille Razat, a French actress playing the character of Camille managed to throw some bold and sultry statements at us, choosing to go topless in Moroccan spa sleep. Her elegance in black and beige and her sleek and minimalist outfits perfectly define her personality which is
“Bold and Beautiful”. Philippine Leroy Beaulieu, also the famous character of Sylvie, is the ultimate inspiration for
“Aging Gracefully”, in French executive clothes and her sharp but stunning choice of style, exhibits her cold Parisian chic. Ashley Park being Mindy Chen, Emily’s best friend and roommate, adding the brightest punk to her clothing choice. All of the female leads in this fashion-based Netflix series give their unique style statements, inspiring women to be strong and spread their unique shine. Leading lead actress Lily Collins manages to raise many eyebrows with her choice of glamorous ensembles bordering on cutting-edge fashion.
Gorgeous colorful coats, a big pink bow, the peplum top, all shades of green. Walking the streets of Paris, wearing an amazing aqua green and electric blue coat, makes Emily stand out from normal Parisians and tourists on any normal day. This is the Emily Cooper we loved on screen. She effortlessly layers the green Ellie Saab coat with a Versace mugler skirt and striped sweater and multicolored strappy heels. A Mary Katrantzou dress with an oversized Vassilis Zoulias coat, a translucent yellow trench with Moschino seems to suit her perfectly. Even putting Emily on a typical fashionable corseted peplum top by Greek designer Vassilis Zoulias, complete with Valentino Garavani’s gladiators and Mansur Gavriel’s neon yellow handbag is a sight to behold. As the hostess of her birthday dinner, she pulls out Danish designer Rotate Birger Christensen’s Natalie dress, which has a dramatically oversized pink bow covering her front and a gorgeous green shoulder cover from the kimono designed by Rianna + Nina.
The return of the Parisian beret and bucket hat
If you are a fashionista living in Paris, you cannot live without a beret. We loved her mustard yellow beret hat with a short-sleeved tartan raincoat. Was it practical? Maybe not, but it distracts from the British dark-haired mystery man she’s dating. Dior is known for classic fashion and its facelift from time to time. A few years ago, Dior began giving a bucket hat line a facelift, and women everywhere have joined the glamor to bring this trend back. We saw Lisa Rinna wearing a Prada bucket hat in season 11 of ”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” and now he is officially certified again. In season 2, Emily wears an individual designer’s checkerboard bucket hat. Putting on a price tag of nearly $500 created its buzz to make a copy and wear it. If you are an Emily fan, this look should be at the top of your wish list.
GNO purple and red dress with heart pattern
Her purple ensemble for girls’ night was aimed at glamorous goals, with the perfect crystallized metallic pink Prada handbag. Tossing the word “balance” off the charts, the look was all about being bright and strong, adding more bling to it. He cried, ‘
Why not do it all, it’s a girls’ night. At the Baton Rouge-themed party for Chopard in Episode 5, Emily steals the show in her heart-print midi dress by Georgia-based designer Anouki. With fluffy white hair covered in a white satin headband, she brought back the hair trend of the 60s.
A matter of ruffles
Her asymmetrical lavender ruffled dress is designed by Magali Pascal as part of the brand’s SS21 collection. We are witnessing a sun-drenched South of France fancy dress and Emily’s jaw dropping over the top dramatic dress, at the end of Season 2. The bright red Giambattista Valli x H&M 2019 collaboration with an asymmetrical dress is worn by her for the Gregory Elliot Dupree fashion show. From the gorgeous deep V-neckline to the long, flowing train dress with beautiful hair ornaments to the heart-shaped necklace, everything comes together for a modern take on Marie Antoinette glamor according to Field portrayed in the recent interview with Vanity Fair.
The Dior Vespa
A glamorous showcase of the $10,000 Piaggio Vespa X Christian Dior scooter Sonnant according to Input magazine, ended up with a 22-year-old on the streets of Paris. This scooter in partnership with Dior and Vespa costs double what the normal Vespa costs. Since the helmet was adorned with Dior’s signature oblique canvas, it became an online trend for girls wanting to ride Emily’s way. Being the biggest highlight of the show, this campaign was surely one of the hottest rides to be seen in the web series.
The first season certainly created a buzz among fashionistas in Europe questioning Emily’s fashion choices. The dynamism of her wardrobe is a marvel in itself, especially in Paris. Working in a fashion agency, one would expect the colors and cuts of her clothes to be towards classic French fashion. It’s no longer a surprise how Emily manages to create vibrant and striking prints or patterns in outfits by mixing young and classic designers. Once again, she is throwing youthful and dopamine sartorial goals, in this dramatic season.