Now that we're halfway through Season 7 of "Mad Men," Sally Draper has grown into quite the young woman. She smokes cigarettes, wears fabulous outfits and is all about the sass. Let's be honest: Sally Draper is officially the best part of "Mad Men." Here's why: She knows honesty is the best policy. She can be vicious... ... Show More Summary
A lot has happened since 2010 when we got to witness Sally Draper’s temper tantrum as a little girl, and feminist blogger Amanda Marcotte made the astute observation that Sally Draper was a feminist hero. That tantrum was our first glimpse into what would later become Sally’s numerous instances of resistance against a broken old [...]
While watching season seven of Mad Men, we couldn't help but notice: Sally Draper (aka, Kiernan Shipka) has the best bold eyebrows. We're not sure exactly when Sally's enviable arches sprouted, so we rounded up images of the young Draper through the seasons. Show More Summary
Sally Draper has had one complex upbringing. The first child of Don and Betty, she's been through plenty of familial trials and tribulations in Mad Men's six-plus seasons. Thanks in part to Don's extramarital antics, she's gone from an innocent little girl to a young woman jaded by her parents' decisions. Show More Summary
Who knew Sally Draper would end up being the most stylish person in this episode? Making her first appearance this season — with Betty still at large — Sally already looks decidedly grown-up in her dorm-room dishabille: plaid bathrobe over pajamas, accessorized with a gold pendant and a cigarette. Later,... More »
There were some hard, heartbreaking moments on last night’s Valentine’s Day–set episode of Mad Men. Sally Draper, especially, went through some stuff, but so did office secretaries Dawn and Shirley, who were nearly fired three times between them, merely for being kind. Dawn got dressed down by her new boss,... More »
Familiar names and faces reappear in the mix this week, from Bob in Detroit to Sally Draper in yet another showdown with her lying dad.
“I’m so many people,” Sally Draper tells her father in “A Day’s Work,” the kind of deeply uncomfortable Valentine’s Day episode you’d expect from Mad Men. She’s inadvertently summing up the show’s viewpoint on the human personality — few characters on Mad Men could be said to be one thing... More »
Post by Maressa Brown. When we last saw Sally Draper, it was the season 6 finale, and she was staring at her father's childhood home, which was also a whorehouse. She glimpsed up at Don with a look of understanding, and even though she was traumatized by catching him with his pants down, it seemed like maybe she had forgiven him just then. Show More Summary
Sally Draper, played by Kiernan Shipka, is five-years-old when we’re first officially introduced to her. (That is, when she’s actually awake.) In the second episode of “Mad Men,” back in July of 2007, she’s playing a game of “spaceman” with her brother Billy, and her head is in a dry cleaning bag. Betty tells her: […]
Sally Draper doesn't play when it comes to style, attitude and wit -- and neither does "Mad Men" actress Kiernan Shipka, who plays the troubled Draper daughter. In a beautiful Vanity Fair spread, 14-year-old Shipka radiates in expertly...Show More Summary
Sally Draper is growing up, on Lifetime TV. Meet us right here at 8pm, when the magic starts happening.
Kiernan Shipka has a well-documented affinity for florals, and the outfit she wore to yesterday’s Tory Burch Rodeo Drive Flagship Opening was no exception. The 14-year-old actress who plays Sally Draper appeared right at home in a matching pant-and-peplum set from Burch’s spring 2014 collection, which was, incidentally, inspired by... More »
by Jen Doll Sally, Sally, Sally, Sally. Sally. Oh, Sally. Our Sally. Little Sally Draper, or Sally Draper Who Once Was Little but now is, well, On the Verge of Grownup, 13 Going on 14 Going on 28.5, Sally Draper as played by the wonderful Kiernan Shipka, aged 14 herself: I would like to salute you, Sally Draper. Show More Summary
At the premiere of Justin Bieber's Believe held last night in Los Angeles, little Sally Draper graced the purple carpet (bedecked with with silver Christmas trees) in a sleeveless, floral dress with a mesh polka dot yoke by RED Valentino. The 14-year-old actress, who'll be starring in the Lifetime adaptation... More »
A cluster of vintage clothing, collectible and antique shops on West Magnolia Boulevard is a treasure trove for set decorators, costume designers and prop masters. When set decorator Claudette Didul needed to decorate Sally Draper's bedroom with 1960s-era clothing for an episode of "Mad Men" last season, she knew just the place.
You may think that you want to see the trailer for Lifetime’s adaptation of V.C. Andrews’ incest drama Flowers in the Attic because little Sally Draper (Kiernan Shipka) makes out with her brother (Dylan Bruce). Or you may even thinkShow More Summary
Kiernan Shipka ("Mad Men's" Sally Draper) is once again moonlighting as a child star psychologist on Funny or Die, but this time, she's got some competition -- from the one and only Morgan Saylor. She might only play the much-reviled...Show More Summary
CSBG's latest installment of comic book Easter Eggs spotlights Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's "Daredevil" run, including awesome TV cameos like Alex P. Keaton, Sally Draper and more!
In this feature, I share with you three comic book “easter eggs.” An easter egg is a joke/visual gag/in-joke that a comic book creator (typically the artist) has hidden in the pages of the comic for readers to find (just like an easter egg). They range from the not-so-obscure to the really obscure. So come [...]