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    • Warner Bros. Television
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

    Friends: The One Where Monica Gets A Roommate (Pilot)

    1994

    Costume seen on Jennifer Anniston as Rachel Green

    • Shipwrecked Comedy

    Edgar Allan Poe's Murder Mystery Dinner Party

    2016

    Costume seen on Sinead Persaud as Lenore the Lady Ghost

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About the Costume

Jennifer Aniston originally wore this wedding gown in the first episode of the NBC sitcom Friends, where she played Rachel Green in the pilot episode (also titled The One Where Monica Gets a Roommate). In 2016 it was seen in the Youtube series  Edgar Allan Poe’s Murder Mystery Party, where it was worn by Sinead Persaud as Lenore the Lady Ghost. 

It is believed that these are the exact same gown, not just two wedding dresses of the same design. Persaud has noted that the gown was purchased from the Burbank location of It’s A Wrap, a store that sells clothing from television and films that have ended their production. The gown also contains a tag that reads “Warner Brothers,” which is where filming for Friends took place. It’s likely that the gown was added to the  Warner Brothers Costume Department after being used for Friends and was likely sold off to It’s a Wrap when the show ended. 

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Additional Images

About the Costume

Jennifer Aniston originally wore this wedding gown in the first episode of the NBC sitcom Friends, where she played Rachel Green in the pilot episode (also titled The One Where Monica Gets a Roommate). In 2016 it was seen in the Youtube series  Edgar Allan Poe’s Murder Mystery Party, where it was worn by Sinead Persaud as Lenore the Lady Ghost. 

It is believed that these are the exact same gown, not just two wedding dresses of the same design. Persaud has noted that the gown was purchased from the Burbank location of It’s A Wrap, a store that sells clothing from television and films that have ended their production. The gown also contains a tag that reads “Warner Brothers,” which is where filming for Friends took place. It’s likely that the gown was added to the  Warner Brothers Costume Department after being used for Friends and was likely sold off to It’s a Wrap when the show ended. 

Jennifer Aniston originally wore this wedding gown in the first episode of the NBC sitcom Friends, where she played Rachel Green in the pilot episode (also titled The One Where Monica Gets a Roommate). In 2016 it was seen in the Youtube series  Edgar Allan Poe’s Murder Mystery Party, where it was worn by Sinead Persaud as Lenore the Lady Ghost. 

It is believed that these are the exact same gown, not just two wedding dresses of the same design. Persaud has noted that the gown was purchased from the Burbank location of It’s A Wrap, a store that sells clothing from television and films that have ended their production. The gown also contains a tag that reads “Warner Brothers,” which is where filming for Friends took place. It’s likely that the gown was added to the  Warner Brothers Costume Department after being used for Friends and was likely sold off to It’s a Wrap when the show ended. 

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Lies
  • nelliejellybean
  • Sinead Persaud
Photos provided by:
  • Lies
  • nelliejellybean
Costume Designer:
  • Debra McGuire

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