Could we be any more excited about the latest way the fashion world is paying tribute to Friends?
In honor of the 25th anniversary of the show first airing on NBC, Ralph Lauren partnered with Warner Bros. Consumer Products to create the Wear-to-Work collection, inspired by one-time Ralph Lauren employee Rachel Green (played, of course, by Jennifer Aniston).
Rachel was always the fashionista of the show. She may have started as a (not-so-great) waitress at the Central Perk, but it wasn't long before she found her way to a job in the buying department at Bloomingdale's and then eventually a role at Ralph Lauren. With '90s and early aughts fashion having a moment right now, it's the perfect time for an updated version of her chic workwear aesthetic. (As a young woman in starting her career in New York in the late '90s, I can attest to the fact that Rachel Green was a definite role model for what to wear to the office.)
"The collection, comprised of pieces from Polo and LAUREN Ralph Lauren, encapsulates the polished style synonymous with the iconic brand. The collection calls on tradition through pinstripe suiting, crested blazers, and equestrian- inspired accessories, while enhancing these classic pieces with navy and orange color-blocking and pops of leopard to offer a fresh fall spirit," the brand said in a statement. The campaign was shot in recreations of Monica and Rachel's apartment and the Central Perk, which truly hit all of my nostalgia buttons.
If you're in New York City on September 21 and 22, you can visit the Bloomingdale's flagship store on 59th St. to see the collection, as well as a grab a coffee at a replica of Central Perk—complete with the famous orange couch. (You can all of Rachel's former employers at once!) The installations will then travel to other Bloomingdale's locations around the country. But, not to worry, the pieces are available online and at select Ralph Lauren stores starting today. Prices start at $69.50 and cap out at $2,998.
You can shop all of the Rachel-inspired Ralph Lauren outfits here—and our favorite pieces from the edit, below.
Originally Appeared on Glamour