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Many choose to call it "the Mad Men Look", others may simply label it that "late 50s/early 60s look" - but either way high praise should be dolled out to costume designer Katherine Jane Bryant who so skillfully brought these fashions to the attention of millions of men through her work on the T.V. show MAD MEN (AMC).

For those lads pursuing an advanced degree in pulling-off that look in their daily attire, we recommend this handy list of fashion's "Do's & Dont's" from 1960.

From Amazon: Advice, Tips, and Inspiration from the Costume Designer of Mad Men

Click here to read a 1961 article about Jacqueline Kennedy's influence on American fashion.

     


That 1960 Look for Men (Pageant Magazine, 1960)

That 1960 Look for Men (Pageant Magazine, 1960)

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