The viral bag of 'Emily in Paris' costs 75 euros

By Longchamp

Fans of the series, which premiered its second season last week, have already sold out the design on the French firm's website

Christina Sierra

Just before Christmas Netflix premiered the second season 'Emily in Paris', one of the revolutionary series of 2020 that conquered the fans of 'Sex in New York' and 'Gossip Girl'. The looks worn by Emily Cooper, played by Lily Collins, quickly caught the attention of fans of style icons like Carrie Bradshaw, Serena van der Woodsen and Blair Waldorf.

The protagonist's extravagant style, with daring mixtures that incorporate nods to Parisian chic, is once again very present in this second season with clothing and accessories that anticipate several of the 2022 trends. If last year Cooper made fashion the green tweed jacket, the 'bucket hat', the beret -the favorite accessory of French women- or the camera-shaped mobile phone case, next year the mesh bags will return, a design that the young American wears in the new episodes and has already gone viral.

Patricia Field, the same stylist in charge of Carrie Bradshaw's iconic style, has been responsible for making Longchamp's 'Le Pliage Filet' bag go viral, which stands out for its yellow tone, a color that will be very present in the spring-summer collections of luxury and 'low cost' firms.

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In one of the scenes of the second season, Emily appears with this fishnet design that she wears to go shopping and combines with an orange dress -another trendy shade-, an oversize bomber jacket and white leather Oran sandals from Hermès. A very spring look whose main piece is this Longchamp design that has hung the sold-out sign in the blink of an eye.

Longchamp has joined forces with FILT to launch its new collection of net bags

As the French firm points out, the bag is “very practical, takes up very little space and will undoubtedly become the essential accessory for sustainable purchases”. The brand has joined forces with FILT, the oldest net bag manufacturer in France, to launch this model that is priced at 75 euros.

“With a very sophisticated touch, this product brings together two great French icons. The creative talents of the two houses have come together to create a shopper bag full of elegance. The net is adorned with a flap and the famous Le Pliage handles, in Russian leather. This collaboration, which combines a playful and practical style, is also a nod and a tribute to Made in France and to two bags that hold a very special place in French hearts. A future collector's item, indispensable and compact”, they explain in the online store. The yellow design is no longer available in your online store. Yes, there are the bags in ecru, black, dark blue and red tones.

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