EMILY IN PARIS New York Screening Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on December 16, 2022

The Parisian girlies (and one cute boy) hit the red carpet for the New York premiere of the third season of Emily in Paris. The looks were appropriately eye-catching, if not eye-popping. If nothing else, it’s an impressive display of high fashion for the third season of a Netflix show, but high fashion is kind of Emily in Paris’ entire reason for existing.



Lily Collins in Valentino

As we said the other day, when you’re Lily Collins and you’re on a promotional tour, at some point you just have to serve the Audrey drag that everyone expects from you. The dress is adorable and we love the shoes, but we’re seeing exactly the problem we predicted when black sheer hose became trendy again. Ladies and other hosiery wearers, we’re here to tell you that they don’t go with everything. To our eyes, they look flat-out wrong with this dress. Still, the whole look is really cute, that one detail aside.



Kate Walsh in Stéphane Rolland

This is a really odd, but kind of interesting look, but the winkled sheer panel (we don’t *think* it’s hosiery but can’t be sure) and over-embellishing of the hip are ruining the effect.



Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu in Alexandre Vauthier

A classic look paired with an odd choice of hairstyle for it. Maybe an up do would be considered a cliche, but a flip do with this makes no sense to us.



Lucas Bravo in Giorgio Armani

He is ridiculously cute, but we don’t think the mustache suits him. And speaking of suits, the cut on this one isn’t particularly flattering, although a velvet double-breasted jacket worn over a turtleneck is bound to look bulky no matter what.



Ashley Park in Versace

A wildly overdesigned frock that she’s working for all it’s worth. She’s not making us love it, but she looks amazing in purple and black.



Camille Razat

It’s dramatic, and the color looks great on her, but the bust detail is awkward and there’s too much winkling and bunching up in the sleeve-gloves.





[Photo Credit: Courtesy of Netflix]

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