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Mad Men Trailer: January Jones and Kiernan Shipka Show Off New Psychedelic Styles in Season 7—Watch Now!

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We're still mad for Mad Men.

The premiere of the seventh, and final, season of the AMC hit series is less than a month away and, as of now, "everything is up in the air." Although we hate that this is the beginning of the end, we're absolutely loving all of these all of these '70s-inspired fashion evolutions.

Betty (January Jones), Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss) and the rest of our favorite leading ladies are back and looking far-out in our new exclusive photo above. Plus, to get you even more psyched for the debut of seven all-new episodes, we've snagged you an exclusive (and highly dramatic!) trailer that is packed with groovy fashions and sets the scene for an unforgettable season.

PHOTOS: Mad Men's season 7 poster is totally groovy—Check it out here!

In the exclusive image and promo above, Megan Draper (Jessica Paré), always the fashion-forward dresser, has fully embraced the psychedelic style of the '70s. However, Betty, Joan (Christina Hendricks) and Peggy have opted for a pop of color with a slightly more subtle hemline.

Kiernan Shipka recently told us that, much like her onscreen stepmom, Sally Draper's style is going to be evolving this season.

"Her style at the beginning, rightfully so, looked like her mother dressed her and that's how it was supposed to be," Shipka said. "But this season, it looks like she is dressing herself a little bit more and getting a little bit more sassy. Her skirts have been getting shorter and shorter throughout the season."

VIDEO: Watch the first trailer for the new season now!

Taking a cue from Breaking Bad, Mad Men's final season will be expanded and divided into two parts. The first run of seven episodes, titled "The Beginning," will kick off on Sunday, April 13, while the final seven outings ("The End of an Era") will air spring 2015.

"We plan to take advantage of this chance to have a more elaborate story told in two parts, which can resonate a little bit longer in the minds of our audience," Weiner said in a statement. "The writers, cast and other artists welcome this unique manner of ending this unique experience."

The final season of Mad Men takes off Sunday, April 13, at 10 p.m. on AMC.

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