Instagram, say hello to January Jones. The actress is the latest starlet to join the photo-sharing platform and for her first photo, she shot a glamorous selfie from her Vogue Italia shoot with celebrity hairstylist Renato Campora and makeup artist Rachel Goodwin. ”My first Instagram post!,” Jones captioned the photo, which has garnered 200 likes and counting. The Mad Men actress already has 1,252 followers to date and we hope she grams some photos of her adorable two-year-old son, Xander and maybe some behind-the-scenes shots from the Mad Men set, which returns on AMC with its seventh season on April 13th.
It looks like camel is the new black! Jaime King and January Jones were both recently spotted running errands while looking utterly polished and chic, in large part due to their latest topper: a caramel-colored double-weave Leon Max wool coat. Thanks to its clean lines, buttery warm undertones and sharp lapels, the coat can transform your everyday tee-and-jeans ensemble into one that looked as though you expended a ton of time and energy. At $398 (now on sale, marked down from $498!), grab the outfit-making piece at maxstudio.com in heather dark camel or black.
Over the years, major celebrities have taken some major style chances at the Golden Globe Awards. In preparation for Sunday’s big event, we are taking a look back at some of the riskiest looks to ever grace the Globes red carpet. From sheer creations to conservative suits, these ladies have tried it all. Case-in-point: Lara Flynn Boyle’s ballerina tutu dress by David Cardona which she donned in 2003, Dianna Agron‘s Giles Deacon gown featuring laser-cut swans from 2012, Katharine McPhee‘s thigh-high split by Theyskens’ Theory in 2013, and January Jones‘ plunging Versace fringe dress from 2011.
Dying to see more high fashion moments? Tune in Sunday, January 12th at 8:00PM ET/5:00PM PT on NBC for the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards and stay tuned to InStyle as we cover the event live.
Ever since Mad Men hit the small screen, all of the leading ladies and gents have wowed both on-screen courtesy of costume designer Janie Bryant and off-screen with their impeccable sartorial choices. With the show heading into its seventh (and final) season we’re starting to feel a bit nostalgic, which is why we’re looking back at their first-ever Emmys appearances to see just how far they’ve come — especially the youngest Mad Men member, Kiernan Shipka, who made her adorable Emmys debut at just 10 years old. Take a walk back through Mad Men memory lane by clicking through the gallery to see them at the Emmys then and now.
Season 6 of Mad Men comes to an end tonight! Will you be watching? While we’re sad that our quality time with Don Draper will be wrapping up until the next batch of episodes, we’re even more excited to tie up the plot lines we’ve been obsessing over. What is going on with Megan and Don’s relationship? Will we ever find out about Joan‘s potential Avon account? Most importantly, what will Betty, Megan, Peggy, and Joan be wearing? Week after week, we spoke to the show’s costume designer Janie Bryant, who gave us all the details on how each look came together. Refresh your memory and click the photo to see every style moment from season 6 — Bob Benson‘s printed shorts included!
Let’s hear it for the girls! Stars like Laura Linney, Hailee Steinfeld, and Max Mara‘s Nicola Maramotti aligned with the lovely ladies of Mad Men at the Annual Women in Film Crystal + Lucy awards in Beverly Hills, which celebrated not only women in the industry but also the 40th anniversary of the WIF organization. Held at the famed Beverly Hilton Hotel, the night’s theme of “Close Up” was mirrored in the sleek color palette with Swarovski-encrusted decor, and guests were treated to a silent auction following the ceremony and dinner. “It’s really important for us to be here in this room to be pushing forward the understanding of women’s stories,” Jessica Paré told us. “I think that helps every woman not fall into stereotypes. You know, I think that women encompass so much.” Thanks to the warm atmosphere, nerves weren’t an issue for Linney when she picked up the Crystal Award for Excellence in Film. “It’s a little more comforting to be in this room of women because it’s a wide community,” she told InStyle. “We all go through the same thing even though our stories are very different. We have all been in this business for a while, and we’ve got good moment and bad moments, so it’s nice, actually.” Click the photo to take an inside look.
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Move over, ombre — celebrities are working bangs and extreme side-cuts this summer! Earlier this week, Jessica Alba and January Jones both stepped out with wispy fringe. The longer length gives both stars room for versatility; the ends can be curled underneath for a blunt look, and they look just as chic when pushed to the side. Jones also switched up her trademark Mad Men bob by cutting her blonde strands into a style that hit just above her chin. On the edgier end of the spectrum, Rosario Dawson and Pink both debuted partially-shaved hairstyles, similar to the shorn look made popular by Rihanna. Pink is no stranger to short, punk rock styles, but the extreme cut is a first for Dawson! We want to know: Which of the hair trends are you more likely to wear? Tell us in the comments!
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We’re loyal followers of the fabulous styles seen on both Mad Men and New Girl, which is why this week we’re asking you—and our more than 580,000 Facebook followers—to vote on which leading lady’s style you’d most like to copy. Are you more of a classic Betty Draper (January Jones) or quirky Jess Day (Zooey Deschanel)? Tell us your thoughts by heading over to InStyle’s Facebook page to vote now.