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The Mad men Fragrance - Byredo Fantastic Man

Mad Men is a tv series that is set in the 60's - a time where men used to invest a lot in their looks. Find out what makes Don Draper looks special and the fragrance that goes with this clean sleek look.

PRLog - Sep. 2, 2011 - Don't you just love to watch Mad Men? I am totally addicted! I think it is because I loved to watch Bewitched reruns. I loved to see Larry and Steven work at the advertising company...
Than it came Mad Men! A TV series about a creative director in an advertising company in NYC during the sixties. His life at work, off work, and all the styling and the social values of that era... My kind of show!
The main message of the series is that, no matter who dirty, how filthy you are, a cheater, a drunk, a total asshole...if you are impeccably dressed and groomed, you are the man! Shirt pressed, sleek tailored suit, trimmed nails, perfect shaving, perfect hair and most of all... smelling good. Of course in the TV series they drink and smoke a lot, so probably the truth is that the men don't really smell that good...(unless you like alcoholic -tabac breath), but this was very common in the past. People smoked a lot. It was part of the charm, just like the hats and shirt cuffs....



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