17 Noteworthy Outfits From Emily in Paris That Are Still Available to Shop
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Emily in Paris costume designer Marylin Fitoussi, who consults with famed stylist Patricia Field for the Netflix TV series wardrobe, specified first and foremost that she'd like to work with young, Parisian brands as much as possible for season two. Explaining that she had much more time to plan looks in the lead-up to filming the newest crop of episodes, Fitoussi told POPSUGAR that she dreamed big.
"For 10 years, I was dreaming to work with The Blonds from New York. I got in touch with them because Patricia knows them very well, and I begged, "Please, could you do something for me?" she said, referring to the performance look Mindy Chen wears onstage in the first episode.
But Mindy slipped into the above dress from PrettyLittleThing (which is now retailing for less than $50!) just as easily as she did custom couture pieces, mixing high and low just like her counterpart Emily, who wears a contemporary priced canary yellow Self-Portrait dress underneath a Zara blazer in episode eight and a that famous camera phone case that you can readily shop on Amazon for $14.
While you'll see an assortment of French fashion houses included in the mix — Balmain, Roger Vivier, and Christian Louboutin to name a few — there are also lesser-known labels that Fitoussi was sure to bring to light, like Moynat, Patou, and English footwear company Terry de Havilland, responsible for some of the most eye-catching platforms on the show.
Ahead, we're breaking down the most memorable pieces from Emily in Paris season two that are still available to shop, and you can have your pick of them all. You know, once you finally decide on whether you're Team Alfie or Team Gabriel.