Forget all the hoopla surrounding "Mad Men" and its 17 Emmy nominations. The real show-stopper of everyone's favorite series about '60s ad men in old-timey New York is the wardrobe. Although the show's candy-colored, classic attire is already influencing the runways (see Michael Kors's fall line), the key to the series's picture-perfect style is its authenticity. The show's costume designer, Janie Bryant, doesn't shy away from unkempt ties or well-worn fur stoles, or from reusing the same vibrant, red dress. (Did anyone else spot Joan sporting her signature Season 1 frock during last night's premiere?) Here Bryant muses about working with a perfectionist boss, the glamour of a time before Wal-Mart and her love for playing dress-up.