Lily Collins felt uncomfortable in some of her high-fashion outfits while filming Emily in Paris as she had spent so much time in loungewear during the Covid-19 pandemic.
In the Netflix comedy-drama, the actress plays the eponymous Emily, an American who moves to Paris to work at the French marketing firm Savoir and can always be seen wearing colourful and stylish designer looks, complete with heels.
In her cover interview with Vogue Australia magazine, Lily admitted some of the garments didn't feel very comfortable when they made season two earlier this year after she had spent months in loungewear during the lockdowns.
"The brightness and boldness and fun and sense of humour Emily has in her wardrobe enhances her personality, especially coming out of Covid where comfort was everything," she shared. "Not everything felt super comfortable after Covid, but it was really nice to have fun with fashion again in the most heightened way possible."
The 32-year-old said that viewers can expect to see all manner of vintage pieces, tiny Prada purses, gloves, outfits adorned with embellishments and sparkles "and literally no sweatpants".
She also teased that Emily gets to wear some "epic dresses" towards the end of the season that she wanted to take home from set.
"I didn't keep anything this season," she admitted. "Believe me, I've asked."
The second season of Emily in Paris is set to premiere on Netflix on 22 December.