Hello everyone! It's certainly been a while but I've finally dusted off my blog with a plan to make a gentle return into this space. If you didn't already know, I'm a writer by profession (and by passion), so admittedly I've found it a little difficult to strike a balance between writing professionally and writing personally, here on the … Continue reading The 13 agonising stages of waiting for the Twin Peaks revival series to premiere 🌲🦉
Apologies for the lack of a Motivational Monday post this week, the weather has been rather bleak and uninspiring today, so instead, why not grab yourself an old fashioned and read my friends blog post about the Mad Men exhibit in New York? Mad Men is one of my all-time favourite television shows, so I thoroughly enjoyed this post!
Are you mad about Mad Men? I have watched every episode since the pilot and was hooked from day one. If you are a true fan you will love Matthew Weiner’s Mad Men exhibit at the Museum of the Moving Image. The exhibit begins with the story behind Matthew Weiner and the creation of Mad Men. The pilot was a writing sample given to David Chase to get the job writing for HBO’s The Sopranos. AMC wanted to get into original programming and brought Matthew Weiner’s Mad Men to our televisions. Now entering its final 7 episodes, Mad Men premieres Sunday April 5, 2015 at 10 p.m.
I visited the exhibit at the Museum of Moving Image with my Mom on Friday evening, which has free admission from 4 to 8 p.m. While we weren’t allowed to take photos, the images below were posted by the Museum of Moving Image’s…
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If you don't already know by now, I'm a huge fan of the AMC television show Mad Men, seriously I feel like I'm repeatedly marathoning this show. One of the main reasons for my admiration is the era in which it is set, the 1960's, and the fashion that encompasses it. The ladies of Mad … Continue reading Fashion | Style Spotlight: Mad Men’s Betty Draper