Very stylish! From season 2 of Emily in Paris was released last week, fans – and fashion critics – buzzed about the show’s style. At Emily Cooper’s [Lily Collins] clichés and exaggerated ensembles at Camille’s [Camille Razat] casual clothing, costume designer Patricia Campi made sure to deliver dozens of jaw-dropping looks in just 10 episodes.
While there were undoubtedly some obsession-worthy fashion moments (peeking at Collins’ Giambattista Valli red dress in the series finale), others found themselves a little outrageous, drawing criticism for their kitschy prints and very vibes. little French.
But rest assured, the decision to spin Cooper around in crazy sunglasses, heart-shaped dresses, and headdresses galore was very intentional. Fields revealed in a letter written for InStyle in October that she decided to point out that Cooper is, after all, a girl from the Midwest.
“Emily is an optimist and would be very excited to be an American in Paris,” she wrote. “So for me, it made sense that she was wearing a blouse with the Eiffel Tower on it or carrying a Mona Lisa bag or wearing a cap.”
She added: “Her style was intentionally cliché, but it was also cheerful and whimsical and allowed her to fully express her enthusiasm to be there.”
While Emily’s fashion has remained more or less the same, her beauty looks have evolved. Make up artist Aurélie Payen said exclusively We who decided to get a little “more French” when it came to glam for the second season.
For example, she used matte lipsticks and berry shades a little less than in season one, giving her a lighter (sometimes!) Makeup for the second round. “I wanted to stay focused on Emily’s personality, but add some French makeup and flair to her character,” she said. We. “[She’s] French inspiration, but always her. Again the Emily we know and love “.
Contrasting Emily’s style was Camille, who undeniably has that French je ne sai quoi. Costume designer Marylin Fitoussi, who worked alongside Fields, he said fashionista who intentionally dressed the actress in “very strong” and “avant-garde” silhouettes in black or white to contrast Emily’s out-of-the-ordinary outfits.
To see the wildest and most striking beauty and fashion of Emily, Mindy and Camille in Season 2, keep scrolling. Elegant by Us Weekly has the breakdown on the best looks.