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‘Mad Men’ style

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Jon Hamm’s Don Draper in a signature “Mad Men” suit. (Jaimie Trueblood / AMC)
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Fans have said that Joan Harris (Christina Hendricks) has helped them learn to love their curves. (Michael Yarish / AMC)
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Peggy’s (Elisabeth Moss) plaid pantsuit served as a symbol of women’s new-found power in the workplace. (Jordin Althaus / AMC)
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Stan Rizzo’s (Jay R. Ferguson) beard acted as the mark of a generation determined to break with the conservative past.  (Justina Mintz / AMC)
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Megan Draper’s (Jessica Paré) look on “Mad Men” helped rekindle an interest in cat eye makeup. (Ron Jaffe / AMC)
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Attire worn by John Slattery as Roger Sterling helped influence the slim silhouette of men’s suits. (Michael Yarish / AMC)
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The look of the show was envisioned by costume designer Janie Bryant, who was inspired by old catalogs, her Southern grandparents and the wares at L.A. area vintage stores. From left, Joan Harris (Christina Hendricks), Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss) and Faye Miller (Cara Buono) in Season 4. (AMC)
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“Mad Men’s” costumes reflected cultural shifts and the emergence of personal style in the 1960s. Pictured: Alison Brie as Trudy Campbell in Season 7. (Justina Mintz / AMC)
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