See Mad Men features January Jones and Kiernan Shipka’s sweet mother-daughter reunion


Our two favorite characters from the award-winning series, Mad Men, met up for the sweetest mother-daughter reunion and honestly, we are living for it. Teen star Kiernan Shipka with her former TV mom January Jones found a way to organize a mini-Mad Men reunion As part of their spring 2020 ad campaign. And may we say, they look more stunning than they were. The pair had fun posting photos and captions from the shoot on their Instagram accounts on Wednesday. Shipka, who played who played Sally Draper, shared a photo on her Instagram handle, @kiernanshipka labeling it with the simple caption, “The Drapers.” We don’t know about you, but boy are we feeling nostalgic. Read on to find out more about the little reunion. 

It’s all about the feels 

Legendary actress, January Jones, and Kiernan Shipka, both stars of the famous show Mad Men, showered Instagram with nostalgic but not to mention glamorous feels late on Wednesday. With both of the stars posting various pictures from their spring 2020 ad campaign organized by fashion label Rodarte. Shipka posted a picture with the caption “The Drapers” while Jones wrote in the caption for the photo as “Casual family portraits are so back in”.

See Mad Men features January Jones and Kiernan Shipka's sweet mother-daughter reunion
See Mad Men features January Jones and Kiernan Shipka’s sweet mother-daughter reunion


Where it all started 

Shipka and Jones acted opposite each other on the breakout AMC drama series for nearly a decade before it ended in 2015. Playing Sally and Betty Draper, the two earned major famous base as mother and daughter. 

Among the others 

Joining Shipka and Jones as part of the Rodarte campaign are celebrities like Bring It On stars Kirsten Dunst and Gabrielle Union, the HAIM sisters, musician Jenny Lewis, Oscar nominee Yalitza Aparicio, spring/summer TV breakouts Maya Erskine, Margaret Qualley, and Alexa Demie.



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