As Tracey Turnblad of “Hairspray” would say, “Welcome to the ’60s!”
While fashion trends come and go, this decade in style continues to be revisited — even in a culture wearing Crocs, chunky “dad” shoes, and distressed mom jeans.
“The 1960s fashion is the iconic American style — and it never goes out of style,” Janie Bryant, who served as the costume designer for all eight seasons of “Mad Men,” told The Post. “That decade is really important because the styles are timeless and always look great.”
“Mad Men,” which aired from 2007 to 2015 with 116 Emmy nominations