And two Harvard alums launch Margaux, a site that sells made-to-measure ballet flats.
We're feeling nostalgic for Don's second ex-wife, who has been largely missing from the final season.
How apt that a day after Raf Simons presents a Christian Dior Resort collection about the wonders of speedy cars that Mad Men takes speed and cars to the next level? It was a real whirlwind episode that left me utterly confused, with more questions than answers. Click through to see all the outfits and let us know what you though of Mad Men's crazy trip in the comments.
Dying to try out a complicated Game of Thrones Daenerys Targaryen braid or get that flowy Russian spy mane that Keri Russell sports in The Americans? Whether you're a vintage maven like Megan Draper on Mad Men or a modern New Girl, YouTube has you covered.
Mad Men blasted back on TV last night with a special two hour season premiere that asked more questions than it answered. Many spoilers are coming this way, so avert your eyes if you've yet to see it. In episodes one and two, we see Betty go through a startling transformation, Megan become the stereotype of a soap opera star, Sally toughen up, and Peggy ease into her role as the "Don" of Cutler Gleason & Chaough. Guest appearances by Roger's two ex-wives, Mona and Jane, really up the fashion game for this episode. Click through to see all the memorable outfits the cast is wearing as the new season kicks off into 1968.
Look's like Jessica Paré's penchant for breaking into song unexpectedly isn't limited to Don's birthday party on Mad Men. The actress surprised show
If you are as obsessed with Mad Men as I am (which is a lot), then you know that Janie Bryant is the genius behind the costumes on the show. As the costume designer she sketches and plans costume ideas for each character, from Don to Trudy, some of which are custom made and others which are reworked from vintage pieces. I met with Janie just before the season finale to find out how she works her magic on Mad Men and get the scoop on all the best outfits of the season. Fashionista: What types of reference images do you use to inspire your designs? Vintage magazines? Classic films?