Mad Men has officially come to an end and there's but one silver lining: the slew of premieres at which we caught the cast IRL, dressed to the nines for one last time. From a bearded Jon Hamm in a Don Draper-esque suit to January Jones with a new pink 'do donning a designer frock, each look was equal parts unexpected and timeless.
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The 15-year-old is the picture of age-appropriate sophisticated in this white ruffled frock.
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Bryant is both on-trend and retro in a black bustier top and high-waisted floral skirt.
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Unlike Megan Draper, Paré likes to go the understated route as displayed with this classic, midi-length LBD.
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Moss is totally un-Peggy in this ultra-modern, navy and baby blue color-blocked number.
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As handsome as ever, Hamm says goodbye to Don Draper in proper fashion: a made-to-fit gray suit.
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Naturally, the genius behind Mad Men's retro costumes has some fashion chops of her own. This green halter jumpsuit is perfection.
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Hamm keeps it simple, yet totally polished in a black suit with a blue button-down dress shirt.
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Shipka nails this conceptual, black and yellow Delpozo Spring 2015 look with ease.
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Hendricks is quite literally the belle of Mad Men's Black & Red Ball in this dark green Zac Posen masterpiece with a removable ball skirt for versatility.
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Fitting for the Black & Red Ball, Jones donned the colors of the evening in this Prabal Gurung Pre-Fall 2014 gown with a beaded crop top.
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Just as adult as Sally Draper herself, Shipka looks elegant, yet age-appropriate in this strapless, ruffled LBD.
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Hamm switches things up in a sharp, ivory tuxedo jacket and bow tie—and we like it.
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She makes a vibrant statement in this rainbow-fringed LBD from Preen by Thorton Bregazzi's Spring 2015 collection.
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Just as sexy walking an androgynous line, Hendricks wears a double-breasted pinstripe Max Mara suit.
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Mr. Don Draper himself poses with a new statue of his silhouette in Midtown Manhattan.
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An Elisabeth Moss, John Slattery, Matthew Weiner, Christina Hendricks, January Jones, and Jon Hamm group shot is totally neovintage.
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They strike a pose in front of the Time & Life building in Midtown Manhattan.
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Christina Hendricks and January Jones
Yes, Joan Harris and Betty Draper are just as perfect IRL, with the former in a print sweater and beret, and the latter in a collared top and shawl coat.
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A far cry from the Don Draper we know and love, Hamm is all smiles and looking handsome as ever in a classic black suit and navy tie.
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With her pink hair smoothed back, Jones wears a voluminous, navy cocktail dress with a floral graphic.
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Moss took this hot-off-the-runway J. Mendel Fall 2015 look and made it all her own in a breezy, yet sultry fashion.
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She goes for a modern take on the poodle skirt with red Maje number, bustier, and blazer jacket. The super-chic retro victory roll 'do is the best finishing touch.
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The actor is relaxed—yet still refined—in a roomy grey suit and blue stripe tie.
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Proving to be just as slick as Roger Sterling himself, he opts for a tailored grey suit, blue dress shirt, and black tie.
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Vivienne Westwood knows her way around a woman's body and this crimson sequin number looks amazing on Hendricks (especially against her ginger hair).
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Matthew Weiner, January Jones, John Slattery, Jon Hamm, Elisabeth Moss, and Christina Hendricks all look amazing, don't they?
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John Slattery and Talia Balsam
The real life couple aims to please with style as much as they do on-screen in her grey printed sheath dress and his sharply-tailored charcoal suit.
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John Slattery, Jon Hamm, January Jones, Matthew Weiner, and Christina Hendricks effortlessly blend '50s-inspired design with 2015-ready looks.