There are even more branded goods than season one. According to costume designer Marylin Fitoussi, many brands have offered to sponsor Emily In Paris 2 and sent countless of their designs, of course including handbags.

Tod’s T Timeless Crossbody

Opening the new season, Emily continues to delight viewers in general and fashionistas in particular with her colorful dressing sense when appearing in an outfit with green as the main color.

(Photo: Carole Bethuel)

Christian Louboutin Caracaba Print Tote

Inspired by the love story of French designer Christian Louboutin, this limited edition Caracaba bag attracts lovers with an appearance that fully converges the most popular patterns such as: houndstooth, gingham, stripes.

Emily In Paris but lots of Italian handbags

(Photo: Carole Bethuel)

Prada Cleo

In a combination of black jumpsuit, checkered jacket and yellow Seymoure gloves, Emily chose a Prada Cleo bag to complete her graceful and vivacious look.

Emily In Paris but lots of Italian handbags

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Dolce&Gabbana DG Patchwork-Print

One of the unique characteristics of Emily In Paris is that her dressing sense is a bit ostentatious and noisy, but that style brings to viewers a new breeze of optimism and generosity of the American girl.

Emily In Paris but lots of Italian handbags

(Photo: Stéphanie Branchu)

Emily In Paris but lots of Italian handbags

Style Guide

What to learn from the fashion combinations filled with colors and patterns in Emily In Paris 2?

SALVATORE FERRAGAMO TRIFOLIO

Continuing a design from smooth and thick Italian calf leather, this mini bag is a new version of the iconic Trifolio line.

Emily In Paris but lots of Italian handbags

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Prada Satin Re-Edition 2000

Emily’s mix goes back to the 2000s with a sparkling crystal-embellished handbag design by Prada.

Emily In Paris but lots of Italian handbags

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Roger Vivier Love Bucket

How to become a classic lady but still maintain your own personality amidst all the mixes?

Emily In Paris but lots of Italian handbags

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Moynat Réjane Nano

In a gentle and cool Marin blue color, Moynat’s bag model may have `caught Emily’s attention` thanks to its streamlined design but still unique enough with its angular shape and trendy metal buckle inspired by

Emily In Paris but lots of Italian handbags

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Mark Cross 1845 Trunk

A simple date with a unique box-shaped bag to `score` in the other person’s eyes, why not?

Emily In Paris but lots of Italian handbags

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Christian Louboutin Marie Jane Tulle Bucket

Stylish yet dreamy, Christian Louboutin’s tulle bag is exactly the answer to romance the most frivolous styles you can imagine.

Emily In Paris but lots of Italian handbags

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