For years, you envied her hair. Now, 25 years after the launch of “Friends,” you may gown like Rachel Inexperienced.
Ralph Lauren has launched a set impressed by the aspiring trend govt performed by Jennifer Aniston, the collection’ chicest character and one-time fictitious worker of the designer. The gathering’s title? “The One Where They Wore Ralph Lauren.”
Launched in partnership with Warner Bros. Shopper Merchandise and Bloomingdales, the capsule assortment options wear-to-work seems primarily based on already current merchandise which may have discovered their manner into Rachel’s wardrobe in 2019.
These embrace velvet jackets and turtlenecks, leather-based trousers and skirts in suede, leather-based and plaid, each in mini and midi size.
There is no menswear: it is a pure ode to Rachel. The choice comes from Polo and LAUREN Ralph Lauren strains.
Jennifer Aniston performed Rachel Inexperienced within the tremendous widespread sitcom “Friends.” Credit score: NBC Common
“The collection is a celebration of the brand’s role in the series,” mentioned Ralph Lauren in assertion. “Just as friends proved to be a perennial favorite series for viewers over the last 25 years, this collection reflects Ralph Lauren’s timeless styles and archetypes that have remained a go-to for the modern working woman.”
To feed followers’ nostalgia, promotional photographs for the road had been taken on units that replicated Monica and Rachel’s house and the gang’s favourite espresso store, Central Perk.
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This weekend, the set and assortment might be on show at Bloomingdales’ flagship in New York Metropolis — the place Rachel obtained her first massive trend job. Each units will then journey to different Bloomingdale’s areas throughout the nation.
It is from being the one merchandise launched for the anniversary.
In July, Pottery Barn introduced a line of Pals-themed merchandise with inside jokes from the present, together with the notorious desk from the aptly named season 6 episode, “The One with the Apothecary Table.”