Lily Collins reacts to comparisons between Emily in Paris and Sex and the City – Diario La Página

In Emily in Paris From Netflix, which launched its third season on December 21, the American social media maven’s style has evolved with the boldness and confidence of a true Parisian influencer.

Given the sometimes divisive kind of focus placed on Emily’s (Lily Collins) outfits, it’s only natural that comparisons have been drawn to another TV style icon: Carrie Bradshaw ofsex and the cityplayed by Sarah Jessica Parker.

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With such big, high-heeled shoes to fill, Lily exclusively told E! News that she wears the analogy like a badge of honor.

“That is one that I will always take with absolute love,” Lily said. “I just love Carrie Bradshaw. I love Sarah Jessica.”

Of course, the comparisons between Emily and Carrie make even more sense given the fact that Darren Star created both Emily in Paris like Sex and the City.

“We are both fashion shows and they celebrate the cities they film in, Paris and New York,” Lily continued. “They are characters in themselves, fashion and the city.”

In addition to sharing a spirit, Emily in Paris Y sex and the city they actually share a costume designer. Emmy Award winner Patricia Field co-designed the first season of Emily and worked as a wardrobe consultant on the second season.

The legendary Field worked as chief costume designer on all six seasons of sex and the city and was responsible for many of Carrie’s most beloved and controversial looks.

Marylin Fitoussi replaced Field as lead costume designer on the second season ofEmilyfor which you can thank him for Emily’s pink feathered cape, among other, shall we say, interesting fashion risks.

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