Emily Cooper has set up herself as a fashion icon of her generation.
Emily in Paris, which premiered its third season on Netflix on December 21, has evolved with the boldness and confidence of a true Parisian influencer.
Given the focus—sometimes divisive—placed on Emily’s (Lily Collins) outfits, it’s only natural that she’s drawn comparisons to another TV style icon: Carrie Bradshaw, played by Sarah Jessica Parker in Sex and the City.
Lily Collins, who plays the titular character, reacted to the analogy with the zeal of a warrior.
“It’s one I’ll always hold dear,” Collins said Fun tonight. “I just love Carrie Bradshaw. I love Sarah Jessica.”
“We’re both very much into fashion shows and they celebrate the cities they film in, Paris and New York,” she continued. “They’re characters of themselves, fashion, and the city. So, I’ll take it.”
In addition to sharing ethics, Emily in Paris And Gender and the City, Originally, a costume designer was shared.
Emily’s first season was co-designed by Emmy winner Patricia Field, who also served as a costume consultant on season two.
After that, he was the head costume designer for all six seasons.
Kerry’s beloved and controversial looks were created by Gender and the City.
For Emily’s second season, Marilyn Futossi took over as lead costume designer from Field.