About a year ago, when it first aired, I wrote about how inspired I was style-wise by the early '60s show Mad Men. Then everyone started watching it and talking about it and now it feels a bit cliche to repeat how much I love it, but whatever: Mad Men is the most visually beautiful program on television and last night's episode was so amazing I actually dreamed about it. And, this morning, at around 7 AM, I went fishing on eBay for some of the pieces in the episode, which focused on Don Draper's business trip to Los Angeles. The airline lost his luggage--shown later to be a warm, caramel-ish Samsonite suitcase--and so he was already unmoored when he met a group of rich, hedonistic nomads, including one super-hot socialite wearing a beehive, perfect earrings, and an outstanding floral-print dress. Salacious shenanigans ensued in an interior design miracle of a house in Palm Springs. Back in New York, Peggy got a makeover from a coworker while sitting on her couch filled with button-tufted pillows (shaped exactly like these except in brighter colors and more velvety) I need to own. If you're not already, please start watching this show. We should really start an eBay recap every Monday.
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