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Emily in Paris: Everything We Know About Netflix’s New Series

Emily in Paris: Everything We Know About Netflix’s New Series

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We’ve officially found the new television series you’re going to be obsessed with: Emily In Paris.
Netflix has announced that it had acquired Emily In Paris—which stars Lily Collins and was created by same team behind Sex and the City and Younger – so you know 1. It’s going to be good and 2. The fashion is going to be off the charts!
Here’s everything you need to know about Emily In Paris

What’s Emily In Paris about?

In Emily in Paris, Collins stars as the titular character, an “ambitious 20-something marketing executive from Chicago.” She unexpectedly lands her dream job in Paris when her company acquires a French luxury marketing company. As one does, Emily heads to the City of Light to revamp the company’s media strategy. Per Netflix, “Emily’s new life in Paris is filled with intoxicating adventures and surprising challenges as she juggles winning over her work colleagues, making friends, and navigating new romances.”

Here’s The Teaser Trailer…

Take a look at the just-released trailer, which features plenty of Paris landmarks, gorgeous fashion…

The Fashion Looks Incredible

Emily will face each adventure in some very chic ensembles since costume designer—and Sex and The City styling legend—Patricia Field was tasked with styling the series. A deep dive into Lily Collins’s Twitter feed shows off lots of bold prints and unexpected designer pairings. Move over Carrie Bradshaw!

Give Me Episodes Now!

Soz! Emily In Paris won’t be available on Netflix until Friday, October 2. But it definitly looks like it will be worth the wait! Season 1 has 10 thirty-minute episodes, so it will be perfect viewing tucked up in front of the fire come October.
We can’t wait!

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Here we go! I’m beyond thrilled to finally announce Emily in Paris officially launches October 2, only on @netflix! I hope you guys fall in love with this story, the character and the city just like I did. Can’t. F*cking. Wait. Pardon my French…

— Lily Collins (@lilycollins) September 1, 2020

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