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Sneak Peek: Banana Republic's "Mad Men" Inspired Collection

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Bloody Marys at 8:30 in the morning with a Chuck Berry tune playing in the background? Must be the '60s.

Banana Republic kicked off their first-ever Mad Men inspired collection with Mad Men designer Janie Bryant this morning at the Banana Republic store at the Rockefeller Center. The collection, which arrives in stores tomorrow, includes mens and women's looks designed by Bryant and Banana Republic creative director Simon Kneen—the women's looks feature leopard prints inspired by the 1960s while the mens collection featured classic pin-striped suits reworked with modern detaling. In collaboration with Instagram prints, guests documented their amazing "Mad Men" inspired looks after their one-on-one styling sessions with the in-house make-up artists. Check out the gallery for a full preview of Banana Republic's Mad Men collection. —David Chen
· Banana Republic [Official Site]