Mad Men (TV Series)

Roger Sterling's (John Slattery) "Red in the Face" Two-Piece Suit

Stock #59179

Roger Sterling's (John Slattery) two-piece suit from the season one episode "Red in the Face" of the 1960's corporate advertising drama Mad Men.

In the episode, Roger and Don Draper (Jon Hamm) are forced to take the stairs up to the 24th floor when the elevator is out of service. This bespoke two-piece suit is made of wool and features three pockets on the jacket with a three button placket. Also included are matching slacks, a red tie, and a white slim-fit Brooks Brothers dress shirt.

The left cuff of the dress shirt displays Sterling's initials "RSH" monogrammed in red stitching. The slacks include a tag that reads "Roger."

The suit does not include sizing tags, but does includes a wardrobe label at the neck that reads "designed by Janie Bryant" below the Mad Men logo. Written at the neck of the dress shirt is "Roger." Likely worn in multiple episodes, the costume displays minor wear due to production use but remains in fine worn condition.

Certificate of Authenticity This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.

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