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Gearing Up For Mad Men Season 6 With Model Editorials Of Course!

When we last left Don Draper and the gang, the era of post-war ’50s decadence had at last given way to the ‘Swinging Sixties’ and all of its Mod wonder.  Megan’s skirts were shorter, Betty’s bouffants were higher and the ‘Flower Power’ was in full bloom! But make no mistake about it, change is upon our stylish cast and when season six premiers this Sunday on AMC, get ready to witness the infamous ‘Summer of Love of 1967’ and with that, a host of new ’60s fashion to covet!

Luckily for us, the Mad Men stars aren’t the only ones donning the iconic ’60s getup these days.  From New York to Paris, designers including Marc Jacobs, Miuccia Prada and Michael Kors have all been feeling the ‘Factory Girl’ vibe as of late, making for more than a few memorable fashion editorials along the way.  Karlie Kloss for one has channeled her inner Megan Draper on more than one occasion, posing as a street-chic Madison Ave. gal in Vogue Japan’s September 2011 issue, and later as a very Betty-like housewife for the American edition in 2012. Add that to the new co-branded fashion line returning to the shelves at Banana Republic (and modeled by Coco Rocha!) again this season, and it has never been more clear that the only thing better than the beloved cast is their everlasting style inspiration!

With less than a week to go now until the season six premiere, we couldn’t help but be reminded of some of our favorite Mad Men-inspired editorials from over the years and today, we’re sharing them with all of you— that’s six seasons-worth of retro Draper style via our favorite glossies people! Catch Natalia Vodianova, Lara StoneMiranda Kerr (and Karlie of course!) getting into the Mad Men spirit in our retro editorial roundup featured below.  Bring on the booze and bouffants!


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