It's a mad, mod world

After a long hiatus,  Mad Men will return for its 6th season April 7 at 9:00 pm ET on AMC. I can't wait. Not one for spoilers myself, I couldn't help getting excited when tight-lipped Matthew Weiner recently shared some tid bits about the coming season with The Daily Beast.

Don with his bevy of beauties via.

Fat Betty no longer. January Jones will return slim after losing her baby weight and fat suit. Looking svelte at the Golden Globes. Beautiful hair and makeup. What's up with the dress?

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Has anyone else noticed the "Mad Men" trend in fashion and makeup? Don't forget you first learned about the mod revival right here on this blog.  Banana Republic will debut its "Mad Men" collection later this month in-store and online. The collection is going mod featuring bold stripes and plaids. BR is keeping it under wraps. After seeing a three-page ad spread in the March issue of InStyleI scoured the Web for a sneak peek. But there was none to be found.

You better hurry up and get a BR credit card if you want to attend the "Mad For Mod" cocktail party at Lenox February 28 to celebrate the launch and get 30% off your purchase. Check listings for stores in your area.

Estee Lauder is also jumping on the Mad Men wagon with a limited collection available in April to coincide with the show's season premiere. In keeping with the mod theme, the three new products center around the color pink (my fave!) -- like "pinkadelic" lip stick -- in 1960's inspired packaging.

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Speaking of mod, I've been eyeing these Louis Vuitton ads for months. Love them!

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Are you a Mad Men fan? If you missed it last season, hop on over to Tobi Failey's blog and check out the inspiration boards for Joan, Betty and Peggy. Which of the three lovely ladies do you identify with most? Betty for me.

1 comment:

  1. So funny! I just saw a picture of Jessica Alba in that checked Louis Vuitton dress at a Golden Globes after party. I never got into Mad Men, but I do love 60s fashion.


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