Monday, June 7, 2010

Mad Men's Janie Bryant at LACMA

Janie Bryant, the costume designer for Mad Men is doing a fashion show at the La County Museum of Art this Wednesday, June 9th, presented by the Costume Council. With the premiere of Mad Men just over a month away, this might be just the thing to get you through.

Costume Council: Mad Men Discussion and Fashion Show

Wednesday, June 9 | 7:30 pm

Janie Bryant, Mad Men costume designer, and fashion journalist and author Monica Corcoran Harel will talk about the process and stories behind the clothes and how Mad Men has revolutionized current fashion. A fashion show featuring Bryant's favorite pieces will follow. Matthew Weiner, creator of the series, will be in attendance.
Bing Theater | Tickets $60; available at the Box Office BUY TICKETS online | Following the discussion and fashion show, a reception will be held at 8:30 pm on the LATCC.

Here's some of the video from last nights show, which was amazing. Janie Bryant was adorable, and gorgeous. I wish I had gotten a better shot of her dress.
I'm looking forward to flash forwards of Betty in her Dynasty gear.

Untitled from Elise Crane Derby on Vimeo.

I got a chance to speak with Christopher Stanley, Henry Francis. He was very nice about being accosted. We talked about Memphis Blue a new show on TNT he is in the premiere episode of. I didn't find out any details about his characters future with Betty. But I think that he was there indicates we will be seeing him in this season.

Other cast members present were Harry Crane/Rich Sommers, and Paul Kinsey/Michael Gladis, and of course Matt Weiner. I didn't speak to any of them, but they all looked great and seemed friendly with all the fans.

1 comment:

Julia said...

Arg! I have the time but not the budget for it!!