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Mad Men‘s Costume Designer Janie Bryant to Launch Fashion Line with QVC

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Way back in late-January of 2009 (oh how young we all were back then), we reported on the rumors that Janie Bryant, the costume designer behind that beloved showcase of costume design, Mad Men, was planning to possibly launch a fashion line of her own. Now it looks like that’s finally going to be a reality, with QVC announcing that Bryant will be debuting her brand, Mod, come late-September. According to WWD (subscription required), the new line will include vintage-yet-modern, very Mad Men-esque attire, running the gamut from sweaters to handbags to jewelry, and everything ranging from somewhere just shy of $30 to $140. The clothes and Mod miscellany should be available to check out online sometime in August, to build up a little more buzz before QVC opens up the sales doors the following month.

Related: here’s a clip of Bryant with a peek at the wardrobe for the fourth season of Mad Men:

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