Emily in Paris
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“Emily in Paris” is back, and her polarizing personal style.

Sneak peeks and stills from Season 2 of the Netflix hit promise that the new episodes, out this Wednesday, will be packed with even more of the maximalist, candy-colored fashions fans adore — and critics find “ringarde,” to quote a term from the show itself.

But the series costume consultant, Patrica Field. Tell “Page Six” that she does not let the haters get her down.

“I can’t because I would get confused,” the fashion legend, famous for her whimsical work on “Sex and the City,” told Page Six Style recently.

“I can only work from my eye and from the inspiration I get from the actor.”

In the case of “Emily in Paris” Season 1, that meant calling in dozens of pairs of Christian at leads actress Lily’s request and playing up her striking resemblance to Audrey with a classic black cocktail dress for a scene at the ballet.

“She takes the railroad from Paris to the French Riviera and gets off the train, and she’s wearing this silk coat — pretty, with a light print on it — and the white fingerless gloves,” she said. “I was pleased with it.”

Fans will be able to get their hands on the same gloves of character, as they are part of Field’s new Seymoure collaboration, and it is priced $298, the style’s fittingly dubbed “The Emily.”

“I love gloves, and gloves need to be resurrected from the vintage shop,” the costume whiz explained. “I was like, ‘I’m going to bring back the glove to the modern-day girl who rides a bike, who drives a car.'”

And who takes the train, it would seem.

“Emily in Paris” Season 2 hits Netflix on Wednesday, December 22.

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