Like everything else touching Mad Men, the show's costume designer Janie Bryant's career has turned to gold. The brains behind all of Don's smartest suits and Joan's sexiest dresses is set to helm a design competition series with E.J. Johnston and James Deutch, co-creators of the NBC series Fashion Star.
Mad Men costume designer Janie Bryant has the best job on earth. Since costumes are such a big part of the show, her role is not only fun, it's absolutely essential to creating a vivid world.
Last night at the Elle Women in Television Celebration held at Soho House in West Hollywood, the fashion was all over the place: Formal black feathers, vivid yellow fringe, a shiny metallic short suit. While many of the awesome ladies in attendance looked great, there were, as always a few misfires. Let's take a look.
It's here! Mad Men Season 4 officially premiered last night in Hollywood. And while January may have been MIA, all your other favorite skirts and suits represented...even if their actual skirts and suits weren't exactly up to Sterling-Cooper-Draper-Pryce standards...
- A London stylist says the upcoming V size issue is "such an extreme response to the size-zero hoopla...I don't think using outsize models is really the way to change perceptions." Others, however, are more positive:
- Before we tackle today's inevitable layoffs, liquidations and bankruptcies, look at David Beckham. Look at semi-naked David Beckham. In his very important new Emporio Armani ad. Why, good morning to you, Dave. [People]