Alert! Mad MenJon Hamm is not really Don DraperThey are not, John Slattery Roger Sterling is not. They. Are. Actors. Want the proof? Just take one look at this recent viral picture of the Mad Men while out walking their dogs in the rich person’s playground, the Hamptons. Slattery (59) and Hamm (51), are serving up the most hardcore dadcore you have ever seen.
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This is them as wild as they are. I love Don’s – sorry, I mean – Hamm’s baseball hat featuring what looks like the insignia of an actual country club for an actual rich person, rather than an ironic made up country club from a fashion brand like Sporty and Rich, completing the look with a cardigan. Slattery, on the other hand, covers his silver fox grey hair with a panama cap, paired with khaki shorts, and flip flops. Hamm completes his look by adding a cardigan. Both prove that you can keep your sharp suited hedonism, 2pm Martinis, and casual affairs with femme fatales – being cosy, comfortable with a cute dog at your side are the spoils of a life well-lived.
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It’s been 15 years since Mad Men first aired on HBO and it’s difficult to overstate the impact it had on not just men’s fashion but also, men’s aspirations in general. Everyone was talking about how to make an Old Fashioned, hair pomading and pocket square folding back then. Cool meant following rules, following procedures and being consistent. One had to be neat, tidy, and pulled together. Thank goodness Harry Styles, Timothée Chalamet and Frank Ocean came along to get us to loosen up a bit, so that these days the only people who dress like Don Draper now are contestants on The Apprentice.