Janie Bryant To Design Mod Line

"Mad Men" costume designer Janie Bryant is finally launching her own line, WWD reports. Called Mod, the garments will be sold on QVC come September 29, but some items will be available on QVC's website next month.
The first collection will include 20 pieces from outerwear to bottoms, a handbag and about 15 pieces of jewelry, all priced between $26 to $138 retail.
Bryant said, "'Mad Men' has had such an influence on fashion in that women are dressing up more, so these are statement pieces that can change your outfit in an instant."

This distinctive Sixties-era styles worn by the women of “Mad Men” will be coming to QVC.
Timing couldn’t be better for this launch, however, since the series now boasts nine Emmys and five Golden Globes. The fourth season of the serial drama about employees at a 1960s-era Madison Avenue advertising agency begins July 25.
While there are sure to be looks that resemble those that Jackie Kennedy might have worn, don’t be surprised to see some ideas inspired by another 1960s-era icon, Barbie.
When asked about the collection Bryant said, "I was inspired by my grandmother’s closet and jewelry box. I used to dress up as a little girl, and spend hours dressing and accessorizing my dolls, and this line brings back memories of a fond and fun time."


NYC, Style and a little Cannoli said...

that looks adorable! can't wait for the new season and this line from qvc should be really nice!

Couture Carrie said...

That is awesome news!
I worship Mad Men!