Tuesday, August 24, 2010


You might know that little show called Mad Men.
Sure you do, it's one of this decade's sleekest, smartest and most sophisticated series, chronicling the lives of the ad men of the 60s.
Now, if you want to go deep into American history and the references and inspirations that fueled the stylish and sensible series, better pick up Natasha Vargas-Cooper's Mad Men Unbuttoned.
Natasha Vargas-Cooper shares with the Paris Review everything that one needs to know about her must-buy and must-read book.
Why? Well, if finding out the real Don Draper in the series an addiction, you'd be awfully drugged to learn that there's an actual Draper in real life.
Pretty interesting, right? Time to light up those Lucky Strikes, drink some liquor and do some mad reading...


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