Retailers aim to cash in with "Mad Men" merchandise

03/21/2012 | Forbes

Banana Republic has launched its second collection of "Mad Men"-inspired clothing created by costume designer Janie Bryant as the series prepares to debut its fifth season on Sunday. Other retailers aim to capitalize on the popularity of the '60s era show, including flash-sale site Fab.com, which will offer vintage apparel, barware, jewelry and other items meant to evoke the era.

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