The Mad Men cast at the premiere of the final season last week, looking every inch fashionistas (Getty)
As Mad Men enters its seventh and final season it seems the perfect time to take a trip down the time tunnel to see how the show has changed the style of the main actors. When the cast gathered for the premiere of the final series it was clear the TV show has certainly helped with their wardrobes. Take a look at the transformations from Season 1 to 7 below…
Elizabeth Moss: From Peggy To Vixen
From Left: Elizabeth Moss at the Mad Men series 7 premiere, at the Saving Grace premiere in 2005 and at New York Fashion Week in 2005 (Getty)
Elizabeth Moss stepped out at the Mad Men premiere just last week looking every inch the Hollywood vixen. Wearing an Alexander McQueen ensemble, the actress has never looked sleeker or sexier and it’s a far cry from her frumpy character in the TV show as well as the Elizabeth Moss of the past. When we delved into the Moss archives there were definitely a series of fashion misses, namely the denim ‘delights’ above and THAT leather AND sheer halter neck. What a combo of fabrics! Let’s be honest the early noughties were not kind to anyone but at least the neck scarf is SO OTM ATM.
January Jones: From Betty Draper To Designer Drapes
From Left: Wearing Roksanda Ilincic at the premiere last week, at a film premiere in 2000 and with Ashton Kutcher the same year (Getty)
Can someone hear the fact klaxon? Well prepare yourselves team, January Jones used to be the girlfriend of Ashton Kutcher. Who knew! Back in 2000 the then model travelled the world on the arm of the floppy haired hunk for the promotional tour of Dude Where’s My Car. Yep, that classic film which will go down in history alongside Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Titanic. Fast forward past the metallic suit and the shawls, we have the January Jones of today, radiant in Roksanda Ilincic. Talk about a fash-over.
Christina Hendricks: From Naughty Noughties To Trendy Teens
From left: Channelling chain mail chic today compared to her early noughties looks (Getty)
Oh Christina Hendricks, you red haired raven you. How time is a healer for your look! Back in the day it was all inappropriate neck lines and sheer materials. Ok so now the necklines are only mildly inappropriate and the risqué fabrics have been ditched in favour of chain mail chic. The Christina of today is the text book example of how you can make the most of your curves without side lining the trendiest of looks.
Jon Hamm: From Don Draper to Dressing Don
Check it out: Jon Hamm at the premiere last week and playing matchy matchy with the red carpet in 2004 (Getty)
Jon Hamm, your manhood may be legendary but your looks of the past certainly aren’t. Just before he hit the big time as Don Draper the actor clearly liked to merge into the background by matching his ill fitted suits to the tone of the carpet he was walking #earthy. Clearly in 2014 Jon is more acquainted with bespoke than he is off-the-rack and the actor is basking in the results, looking every inch the gentleman with a skinnier fit and casual check. SWOON!
Kiernan Shipka: From Child Star to Fashionista
From left: Wearing Nina Ricci last week Kiernan was unrecognisable compared to her younger self (Getty)
Sometimes time is kind to child actors and unlike Natalie Cassidy and the girl who played Matilda it has been super kind to Kiernan Shipka, who has blossomed into a full on fashionista. It’s clear that with the end of Mad Men in sight the actress is creating a strong stylish image for herself before entering the big bad world of acting. For the premiere of the final season the young actress appeared in a long sleeved floral jacquard dress by Nina Ricci which is a far cry from the look of her younger self.
Jessica Pare: From Noughties No-Nos to Berardi Babe
From Left: Jessica Pare Wearing Antonio Berardi at the premiere last week and two classic early noughties outfits from the actress (Getty)
Jessica Pare, who plays the second wife of the TV show’s Lothario, Don Draper probably wants to forget the early noughties ever happened if her fashion transformation is anything to go by. Stepping out at the series seven premiere in a one shoulder Antonio Berardi dress complete with bustier and snazzy split hem, Jessica was un-recognisable in comparison to the Jessica circa 2000. Oh the years when satin took over and off the shoulder tops were teamed with highlighter skirts! What satiorially scaring years they were. We need therapy after rediscovering those travesties.