Sneak Peek: Banana Republic's Releasing Another Mad Men Collection

Banana Republic's Mad Men collab collection from last fall was a surprise hit for the retailer. And the demand for Sixties fashion shows no signs of slowing down, if the recent Chanel couture "airplane" and new TV shows like Pan Am are any indication. The retailer just announced today that it will release a second Mad Men-inspired collection. The collection, designed by Banana Republic in collaboration with Mad Men costume designer, Janie Bryant, will include 40 pieces of apparel and jewelry, for both men and women.
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Banana Republic's Mad Men collab collection from last fall was a surprise hit for the retailer. And the demand for Sixties fashion shows no signs of slowing down, if the recent Chanel couture "airplane" and new TV shows like Pan Am are any indication. The retailer just announced today that it will release a second Mad Men-inspired collection. The collection, designed by Banana Republic in collaboration with Mad Men costume designer, Janie Bryant, will include 40 pieces of apparel and jewelry, for both men and women.
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Banana Republic's Mad Men collab collection from last fall was a surprise hit for the retailer. And the demand for Sixties fashion shows no signs of slowing down, if the recent Chanel couture "airplane" and new TV shows like Pan Am are any indication. The retailer just announced today that it will release a second Mad Men-inspired collection. The collection, designed by Banana Republic in collaboration with Mad Men costume designer, Janie Bryant, will include 40 pieces of apparel and jewelry, for both men and women.

The inspiration for spring is the 60s-era country club. For the women's line, expect to see ladylike pieces, like dresses with nipped in waists and cap sleeves, and lots of florals. As befits a country club, you'll also see pastels like pink and coral, and lacy blouses. For the guys, the collection offers argyle vests, bright polos, checked shirts, and obviously...a navy blazer.

Prices will range from $35 to $355, with the most expensive dress going for $150. You can snag the collection starting March 1 both in stores and on BananaRepublic.com. So you can have your viewing outfit ready to go when the next season of Mad Men starts March 25 (9pm EST on AMC).