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Mad Men Looks Fashionably Mod Ahead of Season 6 Premiere

The producers of Mad Men being notoriously tight-lipped, we can’t share any details of the show’s highly-anticipated sixth season (premiering this week on AMC). But some newly-released publicity stills do give us some insight into what’s next in fashion for Don Draper and co. With pops of color and wild prints galore, the late 60s are definitely here. Even stuffy Pete Campbell is rocking side burns this season, while Don Draper can be seen in a blue and white printed shirt under his camel jacket. The most ‘60s outfit of them all can be seen on Jessica Pare, who plays Don’s young wife Megan. Standing in what looks like a beach scene, Megan is wearing a big white floppy hat with a multicolored psychedelic-print blouse and large round sunglasses. She definitely looks ready for the Summer of Love. Can the same be said for the rest of Sterling Cooper? Guess we’ll have to tune in to find out!


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