Brooks Brothers and "Mad Men" costume designer Janie Bryant have collaborated to create a suit inspired by the slim styles of Don Draper and his cohorts at Sterling-Cooper.
The limited edition suits -- there are only 250 being produced -- will feature specially created "Mad Men" labels and retail in the range of the company's 1818 suit collection at around $1,000, a Brooks Brothers spokesman said.
Being sold exclusively in 10 Brooks Brothers stores and online at a specially created Website (launching October 19), which will be accessible through brooksbrothers.com, these suits will be in hot pursuit.
And they're only available until the show's season finale on November 8.
Brooks Brothers has worked with Bryant to create wardrobe for the show, now in its third season. The retailer has also dressed many of the cast members for awards shows and special events in the past three years, even hosting a cast party at its Rodeo Drive, Los Angeles location last fall.
Do you know which retailer was first to collaborate with the critically acclaimed series?