Emma Corrin as Princess Diana in The Crown, the Netflix series that single-handedly ushered in a new form of dressing. It and other Netflix shows prove that the relationship between streaming services and fashion brands is just getting started. Photo: Des Willie/Netflix Emma Corrin as Princess Diana in The Crown, the Netflix series that single-handedly ushered in a new form of dressing. It and other Netflix shows prove that the relationship between streaming services and fashion brands is just getting started. Photo: Des Willie/Netflix
Emma Corrin as Princess Diana in The Crown, the Netflix series that single-handedly ushered in a new form of dressing. It and other Netflix shows prove that the relationship between streaming services and fashion brands is just getting started. Photo: Des Willie/Netflix
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The Netflix effect: from Princess Diana’s fashion in The Crown to Lily Collins’ outfits in Emily in Paris, how streaming TV, not the red carpet, affects the way we dress

  • The relationship between streaming services and luxury fashion brands has turned into a full-blown love affair, in part because of the lack of red carpet events
  • Searches for the brands Lily Collins wears in Emily in Paris went up over 200 per cent and The Crown’s popularity brought back trends from the 1980s in the UK

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Emma Corrin as Princess Diana in The Crown, the Netflix series that single-handedly ushered in a new form of dressing. It and other Netflix shows prove that the relationship between streaming services and fashion brands is just getting started. Photo: Des Willie/Netflix Emma Corrin as Princess Diana in The Crown, the Netflix series that single-handedly ushered in a new form of dressing. It and other Netflix shows prove that the relationship between streaming services and fashion brands is just getting started. Photo: Des Willie/Netflix
Emma Corrin as Princess Diana in The Crown, the Netflix series that single-handedly ushered in a new form of dressing. It and other Netflix shows prove that the relationship between streaming services and fashion brands is just getting started. Photo: Des Willie/Netflix
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