Don Draper has a crazy shaving schedule - The Cut Epic Halloween costume ideas - HuffPost Style Josie Maran's tips for staying beautiful - The Fashion Spot 8 tricks to keep your hair color from fading - Allure Hairstyles that are surprisingly...Show More Summary
Don Draper is watching his wife Megan get ready to film an ad for Baxter shoes. She’s dressed in a mock-European folk costume consisting of a canary blouse, scarlet dirndl and floral headdress.
Like Don Draper, Pryor grew up in a brothel where his mom worked. And he apparently stumbled out with more talent than he knew what to do with.
If CBS cancels The Good Wife, someone should bring Julianna Margulies — and her head, from this outfit — to Mad Men to show Don Draper a thing or two about real foxy women. Maybe I would be okay with the rest of this outfit if she’d just hemmed her pants (although Manhattan is so very Read More...
Did you know there is a Kickstarter for an artificially intelligent robotic bartender named Monsieur? Before you begin envisioning Johnny Five at a bar, taking orders and mixing drinks with the flourish only he can achieve, Monsieur is more o... via JustLuxe.com
Some extra-suave, extra-classy modern day Don Draper has devised a viral marketing campaign for Hot Pockets. Hot Pockets, according to this 4 minute and 36 second long rapturous ode, are delicious meat-pouches that you put in the microwave...Show More Summary
Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the Corporate Visions Marketing & Sales Alignment Conference in Chicago. The theme of this event was “live the story.” Examples included Don Draper, hot dog eating strategies, and adaptable monkeys as well as entertaining and insightful keynote presentations from Motorola, Cisco, UPS, and the “Freakonomics” and “Little [...]
Guest Post Don Draper’s weapon of choice, the 30-second spot, has yet to find its footing in this new age of advertising. Both brands and the technology industry need Don more than ever as they redistribute $200 billion of TV money from broadcast to web browsers, phones, tablets, and connected TVs.
Don Draper's the one who knocks.
Kiernan Shipka, aka Sally Draper, has some thoughts about the direction her character might take in the new season of Mad Men. She'd like to see the troubled kid act up. Read more...
Adam Draper’s Boost VC is one of 22 Bitcoin companies subpoenaed on Monday for their role in the cryptocurrency economy. But don't assume that the legal action by New York’s top banking regulator or another investigation coming fromShow More Summary
Will Walter White crush Don Draper? Will 30 Rock win a round of sentimental sendoff awards? Or will Modern Family and Big Bang Theory bring home more bagfuls of statuettes? Will I be able to resist devising a fantasy Game of Thrones/Downton Abbey crossover during the slow parts? Hang out with me during... More »
Have five seconds? We just tried our scrollpad on this quiz CBC Books: “Who Said It: Don Draper or Sylvia Plath?” Let’s just say it’s tougher than it looks: a FACEOFF for the Creative Director of Mad Men and our behemoth, learned Plath. Or, as they write: She’s an American poet. He’s a creative director [...]
Sure, Don Draper isn't the best person to take love advice from. But he certainly has some ideas for the perfect date. Find out how Mad Men, 30 Rock, and all the other comedies and dramas nominated for best series Emmys are teaching us how to step our dating game up with inspiration for the perfect night out (or in). Show More Summary
Don Draper — the irresistible, womanizing advertising executive with a haunting, secret past — is one of television’s most memorable, iconic characters. Yet Jon Hamm, the actor who has embodied Draper through six seasons of “Mad Men,” has failed to seduce one elusive woman: Her name is Emmy.
Don Draper’s split personality is about to manifest itself in the final season of Mad Men, as AMC will cleave the 14-episode order in two. As it has done with The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad, AMC will divide the show’s last season in two, bowing the first half in spring 2014 and wrapping things up a year later. Show More Summary
Don Draper Says What created an 80s style intro for Better Call Saul, an upcoming spinoff of Breaking Bad starring Bob Odenkirk as lawyer Saul Goodman. Little known fact: ‘Breaking Bad’ is a sequel to a ‘Better Call Saul!,’ an obscure legal dramedy that aired for in the 80?s. Critics called it ahead of its […]
The '60s are about to end all over again, and with them the saga of Don Draper. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner has taken the first steps into crafting the seventh and final season of the acclaimed AMC series. Attending the 2013 Creative...Show More Summary
Post by Maressa Brown Mad Men star Kiernan Shipka had a breakout year as Sally Draper on the sixth season of the series, turning into a full-blown teen, catching dad Don in a compromising position, and going away to boarding school. Her dramatic performance was worthy of a standing ovation to say the least. Show More Summary
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