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Emily in Paris’ Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu turned heads with her look!

Emily in Paris star Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, who plays Sylvie, turned heads with her look at the Paris Mens’ Fashion Week!

Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu
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The actress, 58, attended Paris Mens’ Fashion Week wearing a perfectly fitted, sheer forest green dress without bra.
She paired the look with a black coat, strappy silver heels, a black tiny bag and one single statement earring.

Leroy-Beaulieu is a trendsetter both on and off screen

On the series, she plays Emily’s tough boss. Her elegant and sophisticated style never fails to amaze fans while playing PR executive Sylvie Grateau.

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Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu has become a strong example of an actor who embraces aging and disrupts old industry portrayals of women on TV – just like the SATC women during the revival of the series, And Just Like That.

Annie Brown wrote about her in a Vogue opinion piece

Sylvie isn’t just the most stylish character on Emily in Paris, she’s the ultimate inspiration for aging well. She is the pared-back, sharp tongued foil to Emily Cooper’s perky American ingénue in Paris. What’s more she’s doing a service to women in untangling fears about aging. The lingering idea being that French women are sexpots while they’re young and then poof it goes as they dare to age.

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Aurora

Source: People

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Aurora Odolini
Aurora Odolini
Currently studying Communication sciences, when I’m not crying for university, I’m crying for TV series. I like running off into imaginary worlds because they’re way better than reality. Oscar nominated for mental movies. A perfect mix of Jane Sloan, Jessica Day and Clary Morgenstern (The book version, though). In my free time, I write articles and TV series reviews, so to combine two biggest passions of mine.

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