Shopping platforms confirm that searches for brands and items featured in the Netflix show are up since it premiered.
Yes, this IS a thinly-veiled excuse to talk about "Emily in Paris," thank you!
The Netflix show's consulting costume designer dressed the titular star, Lily Collins, in her own Hood by Air windbreaker — plus lots of Chanel.
Celebrities leaned on the tried-and-true duo for various affairs.
Looks from the ready-to-wear runway made appearances on several glossies this spring, from "Architectural Digest" to "InStyle."
Ok, it was mostly just Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen who did that, but we're here for it.
"It's like being at home," says costume designer Janie Bryant, about working with makeup department head Lana Grossman and hair department head Theraesa Rivers again.
"Chameleon" may be an overused cliché in describing style and beauty evolutions, but it's hard not to use the term here.
That's one easy way to get in on a theme.
Marion and Emma and Lupita, oh my!
And we're into it.
From Lily Collins' custom-made gowns to Matt Bomer's natty vintage suits — it's all 'scrumptious, luxurious, luscious,' as the costume designer likes to say.
Things got a whole lot sexier after the ceremony.
And 'China: Through the Looking Glass' is to surpass 'Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty' in attendance.
Last night's runway show and after party at the Park Avenue Armory had it all. Namely, beautiful clothes and Pharrell.
Plus: More changes to American Apparel's board.
Remembering the year in made-up celebrity faces (and hair).
Wearing white after Labor Day? Totally fine. Same with bright yellow.
And Lily Collins talks Karl Lagerfeld.
The model makes her big screen debut this fall.