, 2022-12-26 04:34:30,
“‘Emily in Paris’ allows me to experiment with its irreverent, creative side, where I say, ‘Break the convention, be yourself, and feel different, unique, and affirm it.’”
To make a fantasy come to life in film and television, industry creatives don’t just rely on a great script and spectacular set designs complemented by special lighting and a moving musical score. Completing the formula is a good set of costumes.
Costumes have an essential role in the storytelling process. They provide distinction among the ensemble. They give visual notes of the character’s personality. And, much like a stunning piece of jewelry, they are the perfect finishing touches that complete a fantasy. We see how garments continue to add flavor to our viewing pleasures until today, One example of this is Netflix’s newest installment of the series “Emily in Paris.”
In the past two seasons of the show, we’ve been following Emily Cooper (played by Lily Collins), an American marketing executive brought to Paris to work in its luxury scene. While she always finds it hard to talk to her colleague in French, when it comes to her style, nothing is lost in translation with the audience, well, most of the time.
Her bold sense of style continues in the show’s latest season, serving more color, patterns, and textures one can think of. With such a maximalist…
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