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Further Proof

Oct 4th, 2008 | Categories: Mad Men, Men's wear, New York City | by Michael Williams

As if you needed more evidence as to the coolness of the J. Crew Liquor Store. I stopped by the TriBeCa shop with a friend this past Friday afternoon. After pursuing the goods we stood out front chatting with some friends we bumped into. Next thing you know, none other than Mr. John Slattery aka Roger Sterling rides up on his bike, locks it to a post and wanders in. Mr. Slattery looked just as I would have expected, tall, thin and silver-haired, wearing dark denim jeans and a blue jacket. Not easily star struck, it took every ounce of my restraint not to ask Mr. Slattery for a picture. The only way the sighting could have been better would be to see the actor dining at 21, dressed in a three-piece suit. That sort of real life Mad Men action would definitely require photographic proof.

Comments: 7

7 Comments to “Further Proof”

  1. Matt Bunk
    on Oct 4th, 2008
    @ 2:21 PM

    Roger Sterling is pure cool on Mad Men. He should have walked away with the Emmy. You must have been close to cool overdose with combination of Slattery and Crew on the same NY block.

  2. Christina
    on Oct 4th, 2008
    @ 3:36 PM

    Love your blog, told my boyfriend to check it out, you have excellent style:)

  3. Brandon M. Capps
    on Oct 4th, 2008
    @ 4:23 PM

    lucky dog! i’m glad roger sterling shops at the tribeca j.crew, it perpetuates my view of him even more.

  4. Tom Paine
    on Oct 4th, 2008
    @ 7:44 PM

    Last Sunday’s episode hinted that Roger was having an affair with Don Draper’s very lovely new secretary Jane. What a guy!

  5. TINTIN
    on Oct 5th, 2008
    @ 8:57 AM

    At least he can afford that blackwatch Mac.

  6. designerman
    on Oct 5th, 2008
    @ 5:39 PM

    saw him the other day taking his son to school via his bike…on the corner of greenwich ave. and 10th st.

  7. J. Scott
    on Oct 5th, 2008
    @ 9:21 PM

    i’m surprised this hasn’t been linked here yet (not mad men or j. crew related): http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2008/10/05/magazine/20081005-STYLE_index.html