When PUSH comes to shove


Tara Starlet Gets the Gok Treatment
February 4, 2011, 4:03 pm
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So this week saw Gok give his ‘Gokettes’ the Mad Men treatment. What better way to do the 60s glamorous housewife look than with Tara Starlet. On a high street budget going up against Brix Smith-Start and the designer team is not an easy thing to do, but with some classic tailoring and chic accessories we think Gok pulled it out of the bag! Go Team Gok!

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Mad Men
August 31, 2010, 3:30 pm
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Never wanting to be left behind – Push PR are jumping on the Mad Men bandwagon at a hell of a pace.

Is it the plot that captivates us? No, not really.

Is it the powerful smoking men in suits? Nope.

Is it the incredible visual style? Most definitely.

It’s safe to say Mad Men fever has gripped the nation with EVERYONE talking about award-winning series. It’s become all but impossible to think about clothes without making a reference to the TV drama and the 50s and 60s fashion trends.

Rolling off the back of this is the convocation starter that is the buxom physique of Joan Holloway (played by Christina Hendricks).

Voted the “sexiest woman in the world” by the female readership of Esquire Magazine – everyone wants a slice of her hourglass figure. She looks breathtaking in everything from Miuccia Prada’s twee sweaters to some saucy lingerie.

So it’s no surprise that vintage inspired lingerie is making a huge comeback this season. From high-waisted tummy-trimming knickers to long-line lacy bras and sexy garters. At the Push PR headquarters we have been lusting over the vintage-style Gilda & Pearl underwear which we’ve heard is already flying off the shelves.

Gilda & Pearl stock a vast range of lingerie from uplifting lace-detail corsets and suspenders to structured basques and boned bras so whether your Betty Draper or Joan Holloway you will be able to find something to make you feel like a 60s siren. 

Clearly Mad Men is a huge hit. We’re drawn to the outfits and the interiors, with a little bit of Don Draper thrown in for good measure.