Diary: The Mad Men still got it

Lunching isn't quite the same as it was in advertising's golden years.

Diary: The Mad Men still got it

So we were pleased to hear the ad veteran Andrew Cracknell is still keeping the cult of the Scotch-soaked six-courser alive. Last week, at the US launch of his book, The Real Mad Men, Cracknell sat down to lunch at Michael's (New York's answer to The Ivy) with the original Mad Men - Jerry Della Femina, George Lois and Charlie Moss - and Mad Woman, Mary Wells. Apparently, the Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein was also there. Diary hopes it won't be long before we see a big-screen version of The Real Mad Men.


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