Showstopper

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In a year that was supposed to be all about losing the Greatest Show Ever in the his­tory of TV, along comes AMC’s Mad Men­—the one series that has made us forget all about Tony what’s-his-name. Dripping with glamour, style, wit, intrigue, and more smarts than we’ve seen on the box in a long time, this is the show Billy Wilder would have produced: part The Apartment, part Lost Weekend, part Ace in the Hole. Set in 1960, it revolves around Don Draper, a creative wizard at the Madison Avenue ad agency Sterling Cooper. Mad Men is noth­ing short of a midcentury modern masterpiece. Make yourself a Manhat­tan, settle back, and watch what happens—this show is taking us places. amctv.com

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The london-based 20 Ltd feeds the hunger for all things limited edition. The online shopping site exhibits a rotating ros­ter of 20 pieces created exclusively for it by designers such as Christian Louboutin, Bill Amberg, and Solange-Azagury Par­tridge. Items sell quickly, but at presstime a few of the 20 Che Guevara humidors made by the famed Parisian house of Elie Bleu, as well as some of the 15 Pucci rugs, were still available. 20ltd.com