Emily’s style is a winning factor in the contest. She wears pieces from different designers that most viewers would not choose for themselves, and many of her outfits reference the city of Paris. Watching her mix crazy patterns and incorporate Paris references into her outfits is fun. This season of Emily in Paris Dresses is filled with fun looks.
Mindy Chen in Emily In Paris Dresses
Mindy Chen is a resident of Paris who has become a close friend to Emily. Originally from Shanghai, she was a nanny before moving to Paris. Mindy has a talent for singing and became a close friend of Emily’s. She is also a fashionista with a keen eye for details.
Mindy Chen’s outfit is a classic example of a chic yet comfortable dress. This one-piece maxi dress features a contrasting neon color and a strapless design. In addition, she wears simple gold jewelry, including gold hoop earrings and an armband.
The show is a hit with fans, and Lily Collins has slowly made her way into a style icon. Sarah Jessica Parker, who played Carrie Bradshaw on Sex and the City, was another actress who made her name in women’s fashion. But even though Lily Collins may be the most famous woman in the show, the other characters have their share of moments when it comes to style. Mindy Chen’s ensembles are incredibly gorgeous in summer and spring.
Camille’s red dress
Kyle Richards recently wore a version of Camille’s red dress to the Season 8 Reunion. The dress has the same cut but is a slightly different color. A brand makes the dress Sophie Stanbury introduced on Ladies of London. Other celebrities who have worn the brand include Jenna Bush Hager.
Stephane Rolland’s spring 2017 collection
In the spring 2017 collection, Stephane Rolland takes inspiration from 1930s silk pajamas. The designs include asymmetrical dresses, palazzo pants, caftans, and tops. They are layered and have graphic movement. The collection is meant to be feminine yet also modern and timeless.
The collection focuses on bright, bold colors, prints, and embellishments. The looks are fresh and chic and include small touches, such as scarf details and bag charms. Of course, the bold patterns and eye-catching colors can be too much, but the ensembles are undoubtedly striking.
The show’s costumes and accessories are a testament to the designer’s talent. The show was the most-watched on Netflix in 2020 and received two Golden Globes nominations. It followed an American woman named Emily Cooper, who took an opportunity to live in Paris. Unfortunately, her new life in Paris required her to give up her boyfriend, but in return, she received a designer wardrobe.
Fitoussi’s cocoon jacket
The graphic-printed cocoon jacket Fitoussi made for Emily In Paris dresses an utterly gorgeous piece. Fitoussi finished the design only an hour before the shoot. The model, Lily Collins, agreed. The result is a piece of avant-garde haute couture that oozes confidence.
The cocoon jacket made by Fitoussi is just one of the many details in the dresses and accessories featured in this Netflix original series. The actress is known for her eccentric wardrobes, and she’s no exception. Her Audrey Hepburn-inspired outfits are “over-the-top” in the best possible way. However, she wears a gorgeous, sophisticated dress in the season two finale. Although she’s still an American living in Paris, Emily’s ensembles are now more sophisticated than ever. Her outfits are always mixing prints and exploding with textures.
Giambattista Valli x H&M red tulle gown
The red tulle gown from Giambattista Valli’s collaboration with H&M is a perfect choice for the Emily In Paris fashion show. The high-low gown is a contemporary interpretation of Marie Antoinette, a period piece inspired by French royals. The design, by Giambattista Valli, retailed for $399 when it was released in 2019. The gown’s tulle material makes it ideal for the show’s upscale atmosphere.
The red tulle gown is the latest creation from Valli’s SS21 collection. It features a beautiful floral pattern in an elegant silhouette. The dress is paired with matching trousers for a classic look. The entire collection is due to launch globally on Nov. 7.