Bernie Fuchs

One of the things that keeps so many of us avidly watching  Mad Men, AMC's epic series about the audacious misadventures of advertising industry reprobates in the 1950s and 1960s, is the show's stylish period panache, from the classic contour of the bespoke suits and skinny neckties worn by rakish protagonist Don Draper to the mid-century modern decor of Don and trophy wife Megan's apartment (which, as this  Los Angeles Times article details, was meticulously assembled by designers who scoured eBay to find an actual 1964 white metal patio dinette set).
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