By  on May 6, 2013

The women in AMC’s hit television series “Mad Men” are divided into two camps as they enter the cultural revolution of the late Sixties: They’re either embracing the “groovy” fashion influence of the likes of Twiggy and Mary Quant, or they’re staying true to a traditional, all-American June Cleaver image.

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