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This is a list of fictional characters in the television series Mad Men, all of whom have appeared in multiple episodes.Mad Men (2007 – ) is an American television drama created by Matthew Weiner. The show centers around an advertising agency in the 1960s, and its creative director, Don Draper. The show is broadcast in the United States on the AMC network.The early 2010s (2010–present) have thus far been defined by a revival of interwar, Austerity era, 1980s, and (from late 2012 onwards) early 1990s fashions. In the early 2010s, many mid and late 2000s fashions remain popular in Europe, the US, Latin America, Australasia and Asia, especially the indie pop look which largely drew upon 1960s Mod clothing combined with elements of 1970s garage rock and contemporary alternative fashion.From 2010 onwards, colors such as teal, cobalt blue, pink and neon yellow have been popular for t-shirts and jackets, along with skinny jeans. Madras shirts with tartan prints and bright colored casual clothing are popular for both men and women in the West. Western shirts, popularised by the Dallas TV series and indie rock groups like Kings of Leon, remain fashionable, especially in the UK and southern US, but are generally made in more subdued colors than those of the mid-2000s: browns, greys, blues, and distressed stonewash denim with conventional buttons rather than the popular press studs as designers moved towards a more authentic Old West or American pioneer look.Vintage clothing remained popular, although it was becoming increasingly common to cut unused stock of older fabric to modern patterns or remake older garments into reconstructed clothing, for example, by sewing white cotton tape around the lapels of a navy blue 1990s blazer, or go to extremes and make a shirt from deliberately mismatched scraps of fabric.Throughout the decade, both men and women from wealthy backgrounds continue wearing expensive designer clothings. Brands popular in Europe and the US include Forever 21, Urban Outfitters, American Eagle, H and M, John Varvatos, Longchamp, and Marc Anthony Collection.Continuing on from the late 2000s, fashion derived from the hipster subculture became a mainstream trend among European, American and Australasian men and women in their late teens to 30s. The media often conflated hipster aesthetics with the short-lived mid-2000s geek chic craze. Unlike the indie pop look of the mid-2000s, which was inspired by 1960s Mod and contemporary garage rock bands, 2010s hipster fashion was a fusion of the clothing worn by stereotypical nerds, the gamer subculture, and blue collar laborers. In line with anti-fashion trends, many young men and women wear clothing incongruous to their socio-economic status and contemporary fashion standards, such as intermixing traditionally blue-collar clothing with casual or business attire.Common articles of clothing for male and female hipsters in Britain and America include braces, newsboy caps, trilbies, fairisle print sweaters, and hoodies and sweaters bearing the word "Geek" or "Nerd." For females, job skirts, 3/4 length sleeved shirts, pencil skirts, jean skirts, floral skirts with opaque tights, dresses and tops worn with belts, striped or polka dot cotton shorts, skinny jeans,and blouses or jackets with a Peter Pan collar were popular. Male hipsters tended to favor plaid Western shirts, bow ties,narrow neck ties, v-neck t-shirts, mismatched brightly colored socks, skinny jeans, paisley or geometric print shirts,Doc Martens, and denim or chambray work shirts.