Is It Possible That All People Named Emily Can Make Famous In The Fashion Circle??

By  Echo
Published on   Aug 02, 2022

 

The most annoying TV series in France must be

Emily in Paris!

 

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Well, it's the Hollywood version of "Little Times", with messy outfits and boring love stories. It's been two seasons, and Ms. Emily has met a lot of men, but her style still hasn't improved at all!!

 

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(Compare the outfits of the two French ladies and Emily)

 

This should be an obvious Fashion TV series, but she is dressed like a Christmas tree

 

Even Lily Collins said in the interview: too many big brands and colors are stacked together, which is difficult for her to control.

 

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Even a beauty like Lily Collins feels pressure

 

But in such a TV series, how many people will never forget that Sexy French chef!

 

 Lucas Bravo 

 

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This time, Lucas Bravo met another person in France - "Mrs Harris" (older version of Emily)

 

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You may not like the dazzling young Emily, but you will definitely like this funny and elegant old Emily.

 

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The novel "Mrs. Harris goes to Paris" has been made into a film many times. This is a real fashion film. I strongly recommend you learn about it!

 

(I like old Dior very much)

 

There are no spoilers for the content of the article, all the content comes from the trailer~

You can read it with confidence~

 

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γ€ŠMrs. Arris goes to paris》

 

The film is based on Paul Gallico's best-selling novel ——γ€ŠMrs. Arris goes to paris》

 

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It tells the story of a low self-esteem widowed female cleaner in London in 1950 who inadvertently enlightens her fashion dream and pursues her dream.

 

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Mrs. Harris was inspired by Dior's haute couture embroidered dress, which was worn by an aristocrat.

 

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Mrs. Harris, a hotel cleaner who cleans clothing All time, has never seen such a beautiful dress. (For the movie, there is no meaning to belittle and discriminate against female cleaners).

 

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She watched these rich ladies wear haute couture ized clothes and enjoy afternoon tea, which stimulated her desire for fashion, and decided to buy herself a haute couture sized Dior even with all her money!

 

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In the end, she worked hard to save money to get a passport and successfully went to Paris. After experienced various dramas, she into the Dior store at 30 Avenue Montaigne. By the way, she also attracted the attention of a man and helped her realize her desire to watch the show in the front row.

 

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I won't describe the details of the story in detail here! The plot of the film is warm and full of British humor, and the feeling of watching the film is very good!

 

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Although it is a bit like an adult fairy tale, there is also credit for Dior PR!!

 

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Because, the wonderful plot brought a big victory for Dior Haute Couture.

 

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Why do I say that?

Because through the film, Dior Haute Couture has reproduced the extraordinary historical significance of that era.

 

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After the end of World War II in 1945, women's dress was still dull military style.

 

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Because everyone was frugal after the war, the fashion market in Paris was depressed, and the haute couture industry was depressed due to World War II and the sluggish economy.

 

Women crave beautiful clothes, but no fashion house can satisfy them yet.

 

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Until 1947, Christian Dior launched his first advanced custom series. The feminine “New Look” brings joy and romance to the dignitaries with its elegant image.

 

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Christian Dior has reopened a dream of carefree pursuit of luxurious clothes for rich women.

 

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He made Paris women crazy with complex fabrics and like dreamy dresses.

 

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This helped women get out of the shadow of war. Form color, shape and flowers all had a great impact on women at that time, and began their pursuit of "luxury and beauty".

 

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Celebrities from all over the world,who doesn't want to be Dior girls??

 

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I heard that someone watched a show and bought all the haute couture for a season! (More than 30 sets of dresses)

 

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Whether I can wear it or not, pack it all for me first!!!

After the COVID-19 epidemic, brands have tried their best for marketing

 

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Invite celebrities to watch shows, sign brand ambassadors, buy advertising space, sponsor new designers as doing charity... in order to deepen the brand image.

 

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And Dior this time through "Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris", to take the audience back to the era of fashion famine!

 

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Especially in the recent fashion weeks held by major countries in the world, Dior easily has its own status!

 

Here I want to explain! What I want to say today is only the work of Christian Dior in this film!

 

Why?

 

Because in addition to tomorrow and accidents, there are Dior's mistakes!

 

Dior recently provoked public anger because he plagiarized the horse-faced skirts

 

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Description: Iconic shape, pleated style = Dior original?

 

Those who don't understand may not know what a horse-face skirt is:

Horse-faced skirt is a kind of traditional Chinese dress, which is a very important style in the Chinese pleated skirt series.

 

 

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It was mainly popular between the Ming and Qing Dynasties, and those who love Han clothes should be very familiar with horse-faced skirts.

 

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The most unbearable thing is that this skirt that copied Chinese culture was launched in South Korea, and this skirt was only sold in Dior boutique in Seoul, South Korea that day.

 


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Emmm, everything is clear here, Korea misappropriates Chinese culture, and is often dissed by netizens in Asia and even other regions!

 

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(comparison after wearing)

 

It has happened several times that the brand has been lost due to cultural appropriation, and it is unfortunate to be close to Dior~

 

 Past and Present 

 

It is not the first time that the story of Mrs. Harris has been made into a film.

 

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The last remake was in 1992.

 

 

In addition to being remade into a movie, it has also toured the world in the form of a musical!

 

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The new film was released in the United States on July 15, and you can see the cast lineup from the poster is very impressive~

 

Lesley Manville

 

 

as the heroine Ada Harris

 

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French national top-class actress Isabelle Huppert

 

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 as Claudine Colbert

 

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Emily's Gossip Chef Lucas Bravo

 

 

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as male sales Andr é Fauvel

 

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Jason Isaacs

 

 

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as Archie

 

 

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You can see Lesley Manville and Isabelle Huppert in the same movie, does that make you look forward to it?

 

This is an excellent fashion film

 

BBC praised: This is a fairy-tale myth, a luxurious work produced at a high cost with the full cooperation of Dior.

 

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So where is the luxury element?

 

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Since it is a fashion film, the place to spend money is of course clothes!

 

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She has won 3 Oscars for Best Costume Design and has been nominated 11 times.

 

 

She has produced too many classic shapes of stars!

 

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The King's Speech

 

 

 A Room with a View

 

 

Gosford Park

 

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Sherlock Holmes

 

In "Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris", she did not disappoint us, like the dress that enlightens Mrs. Harris at the beginning of the film!

 

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The prototype is actually the “Lady Dior” haute couture dress created by Christian Dior in 1949, inspired by the flowers planted by his sister Catherine Dior.

 

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Jenny Beavan reproduced this skirt embroidered with more than 1000 silk flowers as much as possible, and used it as an "enlightenment dress" that played a key role in the film.

 

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In addition to "Lady Dior", Beavan and her team reproduced about 20 pieces of "Dior" haute couture in the whole film.

 

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“Caracas” dress

 

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Classic “Vaudeville” dress

 

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 Reproduce the “Cachottier” suit

 

Especially the representative works of old Mr. Christian Dior from 1947 to 1957.

 

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Moreover, due to the COVID-19 epidemic, Beavan clothing team basically works at home, and clothing is completed by online meetings. Because of her high requirements for works, this way of working has caused great difficulty to her!

 

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One of the things I say to the team the most is, "it has to look like Dior, even if it's not!"

 

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Here we need to give some applause!

 

In order to restore the grand occasion of Dior's Haute Couture show in Paris that year, Beavan, with the cooperation of Dior, brought five sets of Dior collection dresses from the Paris headquarters to the screen.

 

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Ace products “Bar Suit”

 

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Ice blue Lapel dress

 

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Red embroidered haute couture dresses, etc., which are not mentioned in the preview of other long skirts, you can find them in the movie by yourself ~

 

So anyway, "Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris" will not dress like a colorful palette with all kinds of big brand clothes like "Emily in Paris".

 

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"A daydream of female cleaner, the strongest promotion of Dior Haute Couture."

 

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I have nothing to say about the current Dior, because Jenny Beavan strictly controls the modeling in the film, so I can enjoy the grand occasion of Dior in the 1950s in the film.

 

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The movie is a family comedy, so don't focus too much on the logic of the plot.

 

It is very suitable for you who have little research on fashion and exquisite life, but like to discover the beauty of fashion!

 

Finally, although this is just a fairy tale, people still need to have a dream. What if it comes true one day?

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