Mad—or should we say mod?—about Mad Men's ‘60s-inspired style?
Then you're in luck, because retailer Banana Republic has launched its third Mad Men collection and it's bursting with the ravishing retro styles we're used to drooling over on the hit show.
Model Coco Rocha helped launch the new line, created by Mad Men's costume designer Janie Bryant, at the retailer's Mod Pod pop-up shop at The Grove in Los Angeles on Tuesday. The leggy lady also starred in the ad campaign for the nostalgic collection, flaunting her long gams in mini-dresses in bold black-and-white prints and gorgeously loud geometric designs that are totally in keeping with the ‘60s style.
Plus, there are even sharply tailored suits—complete with hip skinny ties, of course—for the Don Draper in your life.
The best part? The collection is in tune with the mod styles that dominated spring runways at Michael Kors, Louis Vuitton and Dolce & Gabbana. So, even if you're not a fan of Don Draper and his fabulously stylish friends, you can still go mad over this collection.
What do you think of Banana Republic's Mad Men collection?