A Sneak Peek At All The Wild Fashion Moments From ‘Emily In Paris’ Season 4

The storylines are anyone's guess, but the fashion is reliably extra
Emily In Paris. Lily Collins as Emily in episode 305 of Emily In Paris. Cr. Stéphanie Branchu/Netflix © 2022

It feels like a lifetime ago that we saw the bubbly Emily Cooper and her vibrant array of designer outfits grace our screens, but with the return of Emily In Paris‘ fourth season, it’s all coming back.

With stars Lily CollinsAshley ParkCamille Razat, Lucas Bravo and Lucien Laviscount set to dabble in all the same drama and laughs, here’s hoping the flashy wardrobes provide just as much entertainment as the love triangles.

Luckily, Netflix has dropped a slew of sneak peeks for the upcoming season, offering up a first look at the fashion—curated by Marylin Fitoussi following Patricia Field‘s departure after season two—the Darren Starr hit series.

Ahead, every outfit sneak peek that’s been dropped ahead of the release on August 15th.

Emily in Paris Season Four outfits

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Mindy and Emily step out and stand out in monochramtic blue and yellow looks completed with statement party bags.

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Then it’s Emily’s turn to take Yves Klein blue out for a spin in this traffic-stopping suit set. Despite it’s bright hue, though, it’s actually one of the social media manager’s more subdued looks.

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In a candy-stripe blazer and matching red lip, she may have some tension-filled moments with Alfie in store.

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From the cushions and layers, we gather a trip to the Swiss Alps is also on the cards. Naturally, a pair of micro mini shorts with a painterly shearling coat is a winning combo.

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Looking more Audrey Hepburn than Emily Cooper, this look is sure to get tongues wagging.

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In one snap, Emily plays games—quite literally—with Gabriel while wearing a studded bustier over a ribbed turtleneck.

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Our Parisienne style queen Camille is also back—along with Emily’s beret.

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Nothing says ‘Christmas’ like an Isabel Marant Étoile faux shearling coat and Christian Louboutin thigh-high boots.

This article originally appeared on GRAZIA USA.


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