At a time when Lululemon leggings can too often seem like evening wear (they're black, right?), "Mad Men"‚ back this Sunday after a too-long absence‚ is a reminder that clothing can matter, if we want it to.
It's incredible to see someone that can play a merciless killer just as easily as he can play a charming sweetheart. If anyone could appear in two completely different shows playing two completely different people, it's Jared Harris.
This is the story of how I dared to spend an entire week in bed with Don Draper. Okay, maybe that's misleading. But since recaps and reviews of Mad Men's premiere have already been done to death, let's have some fun with this.
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.
Setting an end date for Breaking Bad lets creator Vince Gilligan and his writers craft the conclusion of Walter White's story exactly how they want, without the worry of contract negotiations and the fear of running out of ideas.