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Mad Men - Dreaming for lovely 1950' - 60'

It's So Strange to Dream for a Lost Past? Most of all, if This Was the Past that Decided our Present? Welcome in Mad Men!


Mad Men - Dreaming for lovely 1950' - 60'

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roger sterling & don draper. :)

William Claxton Peggy Moffitt, Fashion by Rudi Gernreich 1965

Cristina Hendricks. Perfection!

A New Beauty Trend – Red Hair

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#MadMen ... And like anyone who achieves a significant weight loss, she can’t help but wear tighter, more revealing clothing than she’s been seen in for quite some time. Mad Style: The Better Half | Tom & Lorenzo

#MadMen - Regardless of its nature, though, he clearly has some sort of bond or relationship with Joan, who keeps getting put in green and blue ensembles whenever she deals with that bond in the office. Anyway: #blue and #green: confronting Roger and telling him how it’s gonna be. Roger in his blue and yellow tie: failing to connect. Mad Style: The Better Half | Tom & Lorenzo

#MadMan : Mad Style: The Better Half | Tom & Lorenzo

Don Draper: Un pubblicitario cinico afflitto dai suoi demoni lettura.corriere.... di A.Grasso e C.Penati via Zazzo della Sera #MadMen

Christina Hendricks

Times Square 1960s

Marilyn Monroe and JFK

Christina Hendricks - #MadMen

Mad about Mad Men

Christian Dior 1951

Original caption from LIFE magazine: "Happy screechers at Jacksonville hold their heads and yell as loud as they can as Presley yowls." Photo by Robert W. Kelley.

Jon Hamm.

Don Draper (Jon Hamm) from Mad Men. A serial cheater and a cold, calculating business man, Don Draper is definitely one hot mess I love watching.

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From 3 Martini Lunches To 140 Characters – How Marketing Has Evolved Since Mad Men [INFOGRAPHIC] #SocialMedia #Business

Christina Hendricks

Alerte Rousse

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50's Fashion Icon Jean Patchett. ♥

50s Fashion

Jacqueline Kennedy comforts Coretta Scott King, 1968.

Roy Wilkins, James Farmer, Martin Luther King & Whitney Young meet with Pres. Johnson.

Piccadilly Circus, London, 1960’s.