Janie Bryant, the costume designer for 'Mad Men', attended a kick-off party for Emmy nominees in this grey printed dress. Of course, we can't say anything bad about the woman who created Betty Draper's style.
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"Then it's good enough for you," says Style.com, which has compiled a crash course in high-def makeup. Want to know how Betty Draper gets her flawless finish, or how models wear layers of makeup for the runway and still look dewy? Check here.
It's interesting to see how products have had to change with technology (hello, Max Factor pancake makeup!), so Style.com also runs through a brief beauty history. For those of you who might find this silly, we'd ask you to write a five-page report on the photochromatic pigments mentioned for the cast of 'Lost'.
American ELLE's August issue features a much different version of January Jones than we're used to seeing. Out are the wasp-waisted 'Man Men' dresses; in are the black leather jackets and heroin hair. Photographer Mariano Vivanco sure knows how to bring out the wildness.
An added bonus for this behind-the-scenes video? Donatella Versace makes a cameo.