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Spring 2013's Banana Republic (Credit: Handout)

Spring 2013's Banana Republic "Mad Men" collection takes inspiration from costumes featured in the show, reflecting the series' mod vibe of the late '60s. Model Coca Rocha, who rents a home in Hastings-on-Hudson, is the face of the collection. In this photo she wears the collection's Peggy Knit Shift Dress ($130).

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A guide to how to live like the characters of "Mad Men" in the Hudson Valley.

Spring 2013's Banana Republic
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Spring 2013's Banana Republic "Mad Men" collection takes inspiration from costumes featured in the show, reflecting the series' mod vibe of the late '60s. Model Coca Rocha, who rents a home in Hastings-on-Hudson, is the face of the collection. In this photo she wears the collection's Peggy Knit Shift Dress ($130).

New York Hat Co. wool felt fedoras ($45),
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New York Hat Co. wool felt fedoras ($45), available at Blue-Byrds Haberdashery & Music in Kingston.

A '60s-era linen dress ($55) is featured in
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A '60s-era linen dress ($55) is featured in Five and Diamond Vintage's "Mad Men"-inspired storefront window display. Five and Diamond Vintage is located in Hudson.

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The interior of The Club Car Restaurant-Lounge in
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The interior of The Club Car Restaurant-Lounge in Mamaroneck, which has a classy, retro vibe, in no small part due to the fact that it is located in a restored 19th-century train depot.

People enjoy a meal at Stissing House in
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People enjoy a meal at Stissing House in Pine Plains. The restaurant serves classic cocktails including sidecars, martinis and Manhattans. (Nov. 15, 2012)

Bourbon Smash, made with bourbon and Angostura bitters,
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Bourbon Smash, made with bourbon and Angostura bitters, is a classic cocktail at The Stissing House in Pine Plains.

Spring 2013's Banana Republic
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Spring 2013's Banana Republic "Mad Men" collection takes inspiration from costumes featured in the show, reflecting the series' mod vibe of the late '60s. Model Coca Rocha, who rents a home in Hastings-on-Hudson, is the face of the collection. In this photo she models the collection's Mod Shirtdress ($140).

A pair of 1950s newly upholstered barrel back
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A pair of 1950s newly upholstered barrel back swivel chairs designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar ($4,900), available at Belkind Bigi in Tarrytown.

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An early 1960s-era Ceil Chapman dress with a
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An early 1960s-era Ceil Chapman dress with a layered bodice and re-embroidered roses ($1,200), available at Hudson Vintage in Hudson.

Bailey Mollien sewn ribbon wool blend fedora ($55)
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Bailey Mollien sewn ribbon wool blend fedora ($55) and RETRO 7 white linen straw with gray trim fedora ($25), available at Blue-Byrds Haberdashery & Music in Kingston.

Black Manhattan, made with maker's mark and blood
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Black Manhattan, made with maker's mark and blood orange bitters, is a classic cocktail at The Stissing House in Pine Plains.

Newly upholstered pair of 1950s slipper chairs in
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Newly upholstered pair of 1950s slipper chairs in the manner of Gibbings ($3,200), available for purchase at Belkind Bigi in Tarrytown.

A '60s-era Oscar de La Renta Piet Mondrian
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A '60s-era Oscar de La Renta Piet Mondrian two-piece dress ($1,100), available at Hudson Vintage in Hudson.

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A chintz dress/bolero set ($85) is featured in
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A chintz dress/bolero set ($85) is featured in a window display at Five and Diamond Vintage that was inspired by the TV show "Mad Men." The store is in Hudson.

Negroni, made with Campari, gin and sweet vermouth,
(Credit: Grant Cornett)

Negroni, made with Campari, gin and sweet vermouth, is a classic cocktail at The Stissing House in Pine Plains.

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