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Live like 'Mad Men' in the Hudson Valley

Spring 2013's Banana Republic

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). Photo Credit: Handout

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

Spring 2013's Banana Republic
Photo 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).

New York Hat Co. wool felt fedoras ($45),
Photo Credit: Sikena Khadija

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
Photo Credit: Handout

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.

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
Photo Credit: Caylena Cahill

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,
Photo Credit: Grant Cornett

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

Spring 2013's Banana Republic
Photo 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 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.

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)
Photo Credit: Sikena Khadija

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
Photo Credit: Grant Cornett

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
Photo Credit: Photo by Handout

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.

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,
Photo 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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