Ralph Lauren Releases A Rachel Green Collection

The designer is teaming up with Warner Bros in celebration of the iconic show's 25th anniversary

Raph Lauren Rachel Green Collection

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It’s been 25 years since Friends first hit our screens, meaning it’s been 25 years since we first started coveting Rachel Green’s chic style. And, as all fans will know, the fashionista worked at both Bloomingdales and Ralph Lauren during her 10 years on the show – and the two have now teamed up with Warner Bros on a collection that celebrates Green’s working wardrobe.

Ralph Lauren has curated a Wear To Work collection based on the character’s style, consisting of many of Green’s distinctive ’90s and ’00s pieces, given an update for 2019. These include; leather trousers and skirts, polo-neck knits, pin-striped suits, and mini and midi skirts, as well as a dash of leopard print. The pieces come from both Polo Ralph Lauren and Lauren Ralph Lauren, meaning that many are more affordable than you might expect.

 

Raph Lauren Rachel Green Collection

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Raph Lauren Rachel Green Collection

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The collection will be on display at the location of Rachel’s very first big fashion job, Bloomingdales, where a special Friends 25th anniversary installation will be in place. As well as shopping Rachel’s Ralph Lauren wardrobe, fans will be able to grab a complimentary cup of coffee from a recreation of Central Perk and visit the department store’s third floor to see a recreation of Rachel’s office.

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But, if you don’t happen to be in New York for this very Instagrammable opportunity, worry not, because you can still purchases pieces from the Rachel Green collection online and in Ralph Lauren stores from today.

Raph Lauren Rachel Green Collection

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Raph Lauren Rachel Green Collection

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This post originally appeared on Harper’s Bazaar UK

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