The first three episodes of the fifth and final season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel dropped on Friday and Rachel Brosnahan led the cast in celebrating the takeover of Midge’s favorite store — Saks Fifth Avenue.
After starting their day off by ringing the opening bell for the New York Stock Exchange, the cast headed to the Miracle Mile as part of Masiel Tov’s Amazon Prime campaign.
Duct tape took over not just Sacks, but an entire mile of streetwear, rolling out the pink carpet and transforming it into scenes of one of the series’ defining moments.
Brosnahan, 32, looked lovely in a unique red, white, black and pink plaid look that featured a Catholic schoolgirl-style skirt with an asymmetrical hem, a cropped white button-down shirt that showed a hint of her stomach, a plaid tie and blazer. Elbow-length sleeves.
One side and one sleeve – on opposite sides – appears to have been the cloth inside out. The actress paired the look with white crew socks and black high heels.
Pretty in plaid: The first three episodes of The Marvelous Mrs. Masel’s fifth and final season dropped on Friday and Rachel Brosnahan led the cast in celebrating the takeover of Midge’s character’s favorite store – Saks Fifth Avenue
Co-stars: Alex Borstein, 52, who plays Midge’s friend and manager Susie on the show, wore bright pink wide-leg pants with a thin orange stripe down each side and around the bottom of the pants.
Saks Fifth Avenue: The windows of the iconic store were decorated with patterns from the show’s era
The House of Cards alum wore her hair down, wavy and parted in the middle as she posed on the pink carpet.
Alex Borstein, 52, who plays Midge’s friend and manager Susie on the show, wore light pink wide-leg pants with a thin orange stripe down each side and around the bottom of the pants.
She added a lace camisole and an oversized black jacket with puffy sleeves. Her red hair was pulled back with curly tendrils framing her face.
Saks’ show windows featured dresses from the 1950s and 1960s.
Also in attendance were Michael Zeegan, who plays Miriam’s ex-husband Joel Maisel and Rachel’s real-life husband Jason Ralph, who plays Mike Carr, her character’s nemesis.
The event was attended by series creators Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino, as well as series stars Kevin Pollack, Tony Shalhoub, Maren Hinkle and Carolina Aaron, who play Moshe Maisel, Noah Weiss, Rose Weiss and Shirley Maciel.
Even New York City cabbies joined in the fun, donning pink for the special event.
Rachel opened up about what it was like filming Miriam Maisel and what it was like working with her husband.
Couples: Michael Zeegan, who plays Jason Ralph, Miriam’s ex-husband Joel and Rachel’s real-life husband, who plays Mike Carr, her character’s nemesis, was also in attendance.
Cast and Creators: Series creators Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino were present at the event as were series stars Kevin Pollack, Tony Shalhoub, Maren Hinkle and Carolina Aaron who play Moish Maisel, Noah Weiss, Rose Weiss and Shirley Macell.
PINK FOR THE EVENT: Even New York City cabbies joined in the fun, wearing pink for the special event
During her previous appearances on the Today Show, Rachel talked about what she learned playing the housewife-turned-comedian.
She said, “No one else can believe in you if you don’t believe in yourself.”
The Blacklist actress added, “I learned that I could do things I never imagined I could work on this show.” “So I hope I can hold on to a little bit of that as we move through this chapter.”
‘It was everything,’ said Rachel ET. I freaked out a lot because we hadn’t worked together since we met, ten years ago I think now, so I was really nervous to see me do this up close, and get into my world, but it was amazing. ”
Believe in yourself: During a previous appearance on the Today Show, Rachel spoke about what she learned playing the housewife-turned-comedian, saying, “No one else can believe in you if you don’t believe in yourself.”
PINK PANTS: Alex added a lace crop top and an oversized black jacket with puffy sleeves. Her red hair was pulled back with curly tendrils framing her face.
Husband and wife: Michael Zigman wore a look that looked like it was taken from his character, Joel Maisel’s Closet.
She added, “When we were filming the show, we were spending more time with our crew and with the cast than we do with our families sometimes, so, it was great to have him.”
Ralph first played Mike Carr during the fourth season and is a series regular in the fifth and final season.
Rachel called the animosity between their on-screen characters “the cure”.
“We should be mean to each other at work and call it a job,” she said. ‘We had a lot of fun.’