While Carrie briefly hung around in Paris at the end of Sex and the City’s run, Emily in Paris offered Field her very first possibility to actually get a feel for the city. And that’s shown in the distinctions in between the 2 characters designs, with Carrie getting brought away while Emily finds out to subtley adjust her closet.
“I would say that in a certain way, Emily was at a bit more, I don’t want to say not as eclectic, but she had a story at a certain course, as she evolves in Paris,” Fields described, “whereas Carrie, it resembled a free-for-all and Sarah Jessica comprehended all that. You understand, my, options.
“I would state that Sarah’s design was a bit more diverse and Lily’s design was a bit more knowingly Parisian advancement.”
But Field made certain to pay homage to her very first American in Paris, exposing in a news release, “Emily’s black tulle skirt in Episode 102 is an homage to Carrie’s tulle skirt in the series ending of Sex and the City.“