Viva Mad Men!
James Bogue styles the Silkstone Barbie Fashion Model doll. Classic black silk shantung coat and cotton print sheath dress compose an elegant day ensemble. A tulle cloche balances the generous proportions. Jewelry by Joy Jarred.
Liz Cole makes it wild and glamorous. "Careless Kisses" Madra Lord by Integrity wears a Retros hat and satin cocktail dress.
Lalka wears a vintage brocade sheath with tulle flounce and a necklace by Mark G. Harris. Her bracelet is Barbie Fashion Model Collection and an exact copy of the ones worn by Coco Chanel in the famous Man Ray photo.
Vintage and Silkstone Barbie fashion models wear business attire and take a two hour lunch. They drink Manhattans too. Gray tweed suit with red silk blouse and cloche hat by Elizabeth Fenton.
A vintage brunette #3 Barbie doll wears the colorful Pak sheath by Mattel, circa 1963. Ken wears Rovin' Reporter, circa 1965, and a Premiere molded straw hat. Barbie's jewels by DollyDelights.
Mattel's Roger Sterling Silkstone doll poses with a Lilli Lalka by Julian Kalinowski, dressed by Liz Cole. Furniture by Darren Cole by Retros and Annie Morrison for Morrison Studios.
Ken plays AMC's Mad Men character Roger Sterling. Mattel earns high marks for the excellent styling of his suit and hat.
Alan and Midge are going out to the theater for a local production of "Our Town".
Star Entrance Gene Marshall by Integrity Toys wears a silk shantung sheath with draped detail by Liz Cole for Retros. Her jewelry, names Crème Orange is by Vince Tibavido for VJT Designs.
First issue flocked hair Ken, Barbie doll’s boyfriend circa 1961.
They'll be taking over Madison Avenue. 18-inch Miss Seventeen by Marx and 18-inch Miss America by Tonner Doll both wear Kitty Collier suits. The fashions are superb, the doll I like a lot. But in all truth Miss Seventeen is the one who takes the fashions into the stratosphere.
A vintage high color brownette American Girl models Mattel's vintage Pak lamé sheath, circa 1963, and Sylvia Campbell's reproduction of the Sear's exclusive mink coat. Ken wears Country Clubbin', circa 1964.
Confetti craze courtesy of Bill Tanner.
No Longer Solo, a photo by ernestopadrocampos on Flickr.
A Number One Barbie doll poses for a photo to be used in a top secret ad campaign for an American bubbly. Barbie wears Solo in the Spotlight.
1:6 scale furniture by Maryann Roy expresses the ethos of the 1960s.
She sets it and sits at it! Miss Madra Lord (Jonquille) is unforgettable in Liz Cole's gold and turquoise cocktail dress. Italian style bar designed and created by Darren Cole.
Cissy is exquisite in Retros by Liz Cole.
Violet wears Retros, creators of beauty and glamour.
Photo Credit: Frank Ockenfels 3/AMC
Joan Harris (Christina Hendricks), Roger Sterling (John Slattery), Lane Pryce (Jared Harris), Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser), Don Draper (Jon Hamm), Bertram Cooper (Robert Morse), Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss)