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Let the rehashing begin. In answer to all your (and our) post-season-5 wardrobing questions, The Cut sits down with Mad Men's costume designer, Janie Bryant. In the short Q&A, Bryant answers queries like "How did Betty's weight gain affect her wardrobe?" and "Why did Ted Chaough wear that turtleneck-and-sports-coat combo?" Also, a note on Megan's drunk pajama scene: House robe or not, she's no Trudy. "She’s more modern, and she’s not in the lacy, quilted, pastel peignoir — she’s in her hip, 1960s floral nylon robe with a sexy little chemise underneath." [The Cut]