Clothing retailers are mad about 'Mad Men'

Clothing retailers are mad about 'Mad Men'

“Mad Men’s” significant influence on style — from fashion to retro revivals in lifestyle and home décor — shows no signs of stopping. Banana Republic has released a “Mad Men” clothing line this season, and the BBC’s new retro drama “The Hour” reinforces the trend. Click on the photo to the right to see some of the many ways to hearken back to the classic style of 1960.

Shops

Anthropologie
880 Market St., San Francisco
(415) 434-2210
www.anthropologie.com

Banana Republic
256 Grant Ave., San Francisco
(415) 788-3087
www.bananarepublic.gap.com

Forever 21
7 Powell St., San Francisco
(415) 984-0380
www.forever21.com

Goorin Brothers
1612 Stockton St., San Francisco
(415) 402-0454
www.goorin.com

J. Crew
845 Market St., San Francisco
(415) 434-2739
www.jcrew.com

Jumblelaya Shop
www.etsy.com/shop/jumblelaya

L.L. Bean
(800) 441-5713, www.llbean.com

Macy’s
170 O’Farrell St., San Francisco, (415) 397-3333, www.macys.com

Modcloth
www.modcloth.com

Talbots
www.talbots.com

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J. Crew’s shimmering taffeta wrap skirt comes in blue

J. Crew’s shimmering taffeta wrap skirt comes in blue

Clothing retailers are mad about 'Mad Men'

this seven-piece martini kit from Macy’s Cellar is a classy option. $24.99

this seven-piece martini kit from Macy’s Cellar is a classy option. $24.99

Clothing retailers are mad about 'Mad Men'

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