Say hello to our latest Netflix obsession.
If, like much of the FASHION team, you spent your weekend watching the new Netflix original show Emily in Paris then it is likely that, like us, you are a bit trendy. The new show takes place in Paris and follows Emily Cooper, a marketing manager from Chicago in her twenties, sent to work for the new Parisian company the company has acquired. Without saying too much, drama ensues in the fashion capital as she tries to find her way in a foreign city for the first time – but stories aside, the show’s costumes are a balm for our fashion-hungry souls.
Patricia Field, the legendary costume designer responsible for iconic wardrobes on Gender and city, as good as Younger, is the woman behind the looks of the series. From Chanel tweed coats to Stephane Rolland couture, an Audrey Hepburn-inspired Christian Siriano dress, quirky prints courtesy of Alice + Olivia, Veronica Beard suits and more, there’s no shortage of stylish moments for your next outing – or even your next Zoom call.
Check out some of our favorite outfits from Emily in Paris below:
Episode One: For her first day at the office, Emily leans on the Parisian theme, sporting an Alice + Olivia Eiffel Tower print shirt paired with a Ronny Kobo skirt, Aldo handbag and Christian Louboutin pumps.
Episode One: Emily’s love for bold colors and patterns is well documented throughout the series, and this two-piece Ganni look, finished with a wide belt from Rag & Bone, is one of our favorites.
Episode two: To attend her first big event in town, Emily has a Carrie Bradshaw moment in a statement tulle skirt paired with an Alexandre Vauthier top.
Episode three: Emily dons a Veronica Beard plaid suit set, accessorized with a red beret and Chanel lambskin flag bag, to watch the perfume shoot.
Episode Four: For a young marketing manager, Emily certainly owns a lot of Chanel ready-to-wear. Here, she wears a leather jacket and bag from the brand’s Fall 2017 collection, which she pairs with a dress transformed into a mini-dress by Dope Tavio.
Episode Four: Take a leaf from Emily’s book and pair your coat with your flowers on your next fall outing. This hot pink beauty is from Kenzo.
Episode Five: One of the best looks in the series is Mindy’s cool, shoulderless plaid suit – which was a custom design by Patricia Fields.
Episode Five: One of our favorite looks from the entire runway, Emily wears a bright green tweed coat from the 2020 Chanel’s Resort collection, paired with a Staud bucket bag and Christian Louboutin pumps.
Episode Five: Cami is the epitome of casually cool French style (her style for the runway was inspired by Caroline de Maigret) – and this See by Chloé mini dress, paired with a polka dot power sleeve top proves it.
Episode Six: Like Emily, Mindy isn’t afraid of a bold print – and we love this IRO wrap mini dress, perfectly accessorized with a soft pink hat (which is actually actress Ashley Park’s hat).
Episode Six: For a night at the ballet, Emily channels her inner Audrey Hepburn in this pre-fall 2019 dress from Christian Siriano and shoes from Cosmoparis.
Episode Seven: Sylvie becomes the split-leg queen through the series and she wears this one-shoulder green number very well.
Episode Eight: During a trip to Camille’s family castle, Emily plays up cozy chic in an Essentiel Antwerp sweater and rain boots by Aigle.
Episode nine: At the Friends of the Louvre American charity auction, Emily wears a piece by the show’s fictional designer, Pierre Cadault, for her modeling trick – but in real life, the stunning design is by Stéphane Rolland.
Episode 10: To visit the Pierre Cadault studio in the series finale, Emily skillfully confronts prints in a Jean Paul Gaultier dress, Ganni jacket and houndstooth beret.
Episode 10: For one of her last looks of the season, Emily chose a printed puffer jacket from Off-White that went straight to the top of our winter wishlists.
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