The fashion book this week is a selection of books that dissect the style of our favorite series: Mad Men. Eager to see the chapters of the fifth season, we review all the details of style to catch up:
The Fashion File: Advice, Tips, and Inspiration from the Costume Designer of Mad Men
From pencil skirts to classic hairstyle Joannie Betty, the style of the characters of Mad Men has captivated fans of the series, and has become fashionable in the sixties. The costume designer Janie Bryant, who won an Emmy thanks to his great work, reveals the process of designing the characters and explains how to find our way in all cases. Ed Grand Central Life & Style.
Mad Men: The Illustrated World
This picture book belongs to a self-confessed fan of the series, Dyna Moe, which began to draw non-stop scenes of the series, honoring the insane and intense days of the agency's most famous TV. With chapters devoted to the office, home, fashion and beauty, travel, the counterculture and family activities, we can even imagine drawing the storyboards.Ed Sal Ramano. Perigee Trade.
Mad Men and Philosophy: Nothing Is as It Seems
Smoke from cigarettes, long business lunches, narrow ties ... Mad Men is definitely one of the most elegant and compelling shows on TV. However, the series becomes even more compelling if you dig in its portrayal of social customs and policies of the 1960s, exploring the complexities of the characters. Paperback Ed.
The Unofficial Mad Men Cookbook
Feel like taking a mode Draper Old Fashioned? Or prepare Rockefeller oysters and a martini as they did fifty years ago in one of the favorite places of Roger Sterling, the Grand Central Oyster Bar?. This book details more than 70 recipes, meals, cocktails, food presentation and more served during the series. Ideal for a themed dinner at home. Ed Smart Pop