Don Draper is cranky, moody, and cantankerous. He is pretty much crap. But he looks like Jon Hamm. So he can get away with pretty much anything. You men, unless you look like Jon Hamm or you are Jon Hamm, cannot. So it's time to shape up.
The fascination with the effortlessly cool vintage styles of the hit series "Mad Men" has inspired designers and magazine editors alike to take notice. Women are not only madly shopping for "Mad Men"-inspired looks in store aisles, they are looking for inspiration to walk down THE aisle...
Grooming should be a big priority. Stick to a clean and classic look in hair and face to emulate the agency men we watch every Sunday. Take that extra time in presentation as Don Draper would -- as he would surely say, presentation is everything.
With New York Fashion Week underway, I couldn't help but see Betty in Ports 1961, Peggy in Jason Wu, Joan in Prabal Gurung, and Don in Simon Spurr. We cannot deny the profound effect Mad Men has had on the latest trends.
Hellooooo 1965! The times may be ah-changing but it seems the L.A. vs. New York style has not. New Yorker Don traded his hat and suit for Los Angelan Dick, who prefers aviators and short-sleeved button ups.
The season 4 premiere of Mad Men is less than a week away and I can no longer control the excitement. I've been dreaming about sheath dresses and kitten heels. I speak with the genius behind those costumes -- designer Janie Bryant.
Betty Draper's polka dot dress is saying "Should I stay or should I go?" Unfortunately, Betty herself won't be able to say that for another 20 years, since the Clash didn't write those lyrics until 1981.