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The Women of Mad Men Look Totally Out Of Character on Red Carpet

I don’t know why, but I kind of expect the ladies of AMC’s Mad Men to be dolled up in mid ’60s retro garb every time they leave the house, especially on the red carpet. But no, they don’t live and breath their characters, they keep those outfits just for the show. January Jones, Jessica Paré, Christian Hendricks and the rest of the gals are thoroughly modern ladies and prove that in their choices for the red carpet of the Mad Men Season 7 (their final season) held at ArcLight Cinemas in Los Angeles on Wednesday night.

Check out how these the stunning ladies of Mad Men, looking totally out of character, right here:

  • Christina Hendricks 1 of 6
    Christina Hendricks attends the Los Angeles Premiere Of AMC's 'Mad Men' Season 7 held at ArcLight Cinemas in Los Angeles

    Christina Hendricks aka Joan wore a pretty amazing metallic skirt and looked amazing as usual.


  • Kiernan Shipka 2 of 6
    Kiernan Shipka attends the Los Angeles Premiere Of AMC's 'Mad Men' Season 7 held at ArcLight Cinemas in Los Angeles

    Kiernan Shipka aka Sally Draper looks so grown up!


  • Teyonah Parris 3 of 6
    Teyonah Parris

    Teyonah Parris aka Dawn Chambers looked stunning in her bright blue dress which did have a retro vibe.


  • Elisabeth Moss 4 of 6
    Elisabeth Moss

    Elisabeth Moss aka Peggy Olsen didn't look at ALL like Peggy with her smokey eyes and all black outfit.

  • January Jones 5 of 6
    January Jones

    January Jones aka Betty Draper wore a very fashion forward (and very non-Betty Draper) dress on the red carpet.

  • Jessica Pare 6 of 6
    Jessica Pare

    Jessica Paré aka Megan Draper looked totally chic on the red carpet in her one armed gown.

Photo Source: PacificCoastNews.com

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