Story by Barie-Claire Rogers
By Liz Black, September 15th, 2012
Looking like a pool of oh-so-chic modern day Mad Men-esq secretaries, the models at the Erin Barr show sat, lounged, posed and played a friendly game of fashion tag. While the playful game kept the presentation moving, the real interest were the graphically-printed, impeccably tailored, feminine clothes.
By Martin Waitt, June 20th, 2012
By Kimberly Cortes, April 3rd, 2012
Known for aesthetic influence and refinement in the world of watch-making, Jaeger-LeCoultre has launched the creation of a special limited engraved design of their iconic Reverso watch for a Grande Reverso Ultra-Thin Tribute to the award-winning AMC series “Mad Men.” The edition was inspired from a distinctive custom design in 1931. A technically advanced watch was developed for polo players with a dial that could flip, protecting it from damage while also offering a personalized engraved case-back. During the past eight years the Reverso has changed in size and new faces but the art deco style and solid functionality has remained. See more!
By veronica viayra, March 23rd, 2012
By Eva Medoff, August 6th, 2010
Brazilian ad agency Moma channeled Don Draper and Peggy Olson with a set of fictional ads that have been floating around the Internet. With posters for Facebook, Youtube and Skype, the ads imagine how these modern technologies would be marketed circa 1963—and the results are appropriately Jetsons-inspired. The sepia-toned posters boast such chipper slogans as, “Striking, Miraculous Social Team-up!” and are as clean as an episode of Leave it to Beaver. Regardless of the white bread tone, there’s something rather refreshing about the mom and pop attitude—when the world was as simple as a line of good copy. Read on to see them all.
By Eva Medoff, July 6th, 2010
Oh lucky day. In anticipation of Mad Men’s premier on July 25th, Flavorpill has drawn our attention to this gem of a video, mashing together most of the show’s ingenious pick up lines (we say most, because all could never fit into one clip). Is it hilariously hokey, in a 1960s kind of way? Certainly. Could it be more politically incorrect? No way. Shockingly, Don is nearly left out of the study altogether, though we do get to see a lot of Ken Cosgrove and Roger Sterling. And if you’re like us, and have watched the show from the beginning, it’s nice to get a little refresher on Mad Men’s romantic history.