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Topic - Simon Kneen
This season's clothes aren't taking their cues from club children, college students or teen rebels. There's something grown-up about some of the most popular looks: They're a little refined and very wearable, but they've avoided being stodgy or, worse, just plain old.
This season's clothes aren't taking their cues from club kids, college students or teenage rebels. There's something grown-up about some of the most popular looks: They're a little refined and very wearable, but they've avoided being stodgy or, worse, just plain old.
From the moment "Mad Men" debuted, the stylized AMC drama about the men and women who work in Madison Avenue advertising in the 1960s has been a tastemaker favorite.
"Mad Men" has gone beyond a fashion fad.
He added: "It's just easier to be a little dressed up."
"I'm not a psychologist, I'm just a fashion designer," said Banana Republic creative director Simon Kneen, "but the air of fashion is a little more elegant right now.