By turns fun, sophisticated, and celebratory, this is an eye-popping and inventive companion to the hit show Mad Men, as well as a salute
By turns fun, sophisticated, and celebratory, this is an eye-popping and inventive companion to the hit show Mad Men, as well as a salute to the era of cocktails and Camelot. Inspired by the artistic styles that defined 1960s advertising, Dyna Moe creates a candy-colored record of the time, exploring such topics as:
? The office culture, including secretary etiquette and hangover workarounds
? The cocktail craze, with Sally Draper's cocktail menu
? Pastimes and fads, such as Pete and Trudy's dancing lessons and Bert Cooper's art
? '60s icons from Jackie to Marilyn
? Boardroom and bedroom shenanigans
? The burgeoning suburban lifestyle
? Fabulous fashion, including hairstyle how-tos and bonus paper dolls of Joan
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A full-color, fully illustrated guide explores a number of topics related to the hit show
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