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Emily in Paris - third and last part

Thursday, 08 October 2020
Emily in Paris - third and last part

Yesterday I finished seeing Emily in Paris on Netflix.

My expectations were very high: same author and costume designer of Sex and City, the most beautiful city in the known world and lots and lots of fashion. Unfortunately, my expectations remained unfulfilled. What a pity. The story is not credible.

Social relationships are surreal. There are so many clichés that "Emily in Paris" is a set of comic memes. Emily becomes an influencer within a few minutes Emily conquers even the most unpleasant of interlocutors with two words, Emily have no problem making herself understood even though she doesn't speak a single word of French. Ahhhh, Haute Couture fashion designer Pierre Cadeau is just ridiculous. What do I like about it? Simple: the clothes, the Parisian views.

That's enough. I conclude my journey in "Emily in Paris" by talking about the last two outifts I loved. The first is a total fuchsia look: warm Kenzo coat, Chiara Ferragni miniskirt, Sandro sweater and Louboutin pumps.

A real colorful gift for gloomy winter days. The second outfit is a wonderful white dress of French haute couture.

The mini dress, one shoulder by Stephane Rollande (in the series it is by Pierre Cadeau).

Divine. Lily Collins seems a flower! Ahh ... I hope the second series is always stylish, but more real

  

Emily On Paris Backstage

Emily In Paris The Fashion Lover

Emily In Paris In Rolland

Lily Collins In Rollan Emily On Paris

Wishing You A Fab And Styish Day

Ph Rex Features/Netflix

 

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