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A bestselling author and advertising veteran shares a life's lessons from the ad trade. Admen, Mad Men, and The Real World of Advertising is written to be easily digestible by interns, CEOS, or anyone who has ever watched a television commercial or clicked on a banner ad.
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The cast of Mad Men has been pretty busy since they burst onto the TV scene a decade ago. See what they're up to these days. For so many fans, Mad Men wasn’t just a TV show.
The AMC drama, which ran for seven seasons, proved to be a consistent, gripping, and often beautifully introspective meditation on nostalgia, power, creativity, and identity.
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The Styles of AMC's Mad Men – Menswear of the s. Who ever thought the s would be so cool. With the success of AMC's “Mad Men,” tight-fitted gray suits and crisp spread collars are suddenly getting a second look. There's more going on than a simple “man in the gray flannel suit” look, however join us in a series of articles taking an in-depth look at each of the Mad.
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The last ever episode of Mad Men (Sky Atlantic), Matt Weiner’s novelistic drama about the advertising men and women of New York’s Madison Avenue in the Sixties (and very early Seventies) went 4/5. Mad Men's final season kicks off this Sunday on AMC at 10pm/9c, and while there's a lot to love about the spicy show, one of our favorite love affairs is with the fashion.
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Mad Men recap: season seven, episode 12 – Lost Horizon (warning: spoilers) Sterling Cooper has been devoured by McCann, and the chances of the company’s staff holding their own seem. For God, Country and Coca-Cola is the unauthorized history of the great American soft drink and the company that makes it.
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