The sartorial influence of “Mad Men” — the Emmy-winning TV show has inspired everything from runway collections to in-store promotions — proves the truth of the adage “what goes around comes around.”
The show’s sleek, cropped suits and skinny ties — staples of Sixties office dress worn to dashing perfection by Don Draper, the show’s lead character played by Jon Hamm — have become a marketable touchstone for contemporary tailored clothing vendors and retailers, which, for the past few years, have promoted similarly slim suits.
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