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    more than heels,” Hendricks bemoans with a grimace. “I’m good in a three-inch heel, that is the most comfortable for me.”

    The actress moved forward a few style decades for her upcoming movie, the Ryan Gosling-directed thriller How to Catch a Monster. “The clothes were very ’80s inspired – all sorts of ’80s blouses and pencil skirts,” she says. Working with her Drive co-star again was evidently a pleasure, and she describes Gosling as “like a kid on Christmas Day” in his debut directing role. “He is awesome,” she bubbles. “He was so excited on set. He would be watching a scene and go, ‘Yes!’. It made you feel great.”

    The other man making Hendricks feel great about herself is her husband of five years, fellow actor Geoffrey Arend. “He is the most fun person to hang out with,” she smiles. “There is never a moment that I’d rather not be with him.”

    Without Mad Men dominating her time for seven months a year, more time with Arend is on the horizon – there is talk of the two

    “I’ve requested ITEMS from [Joan’s] APARTMENT, I’d like those REMINDERS”

    doing a play together. But for now, there is still a long, reluctant goodbye to be said to Joan.

    “I’ve put in a request for several items from her apartment that I would like to purchase, I’d like those reminders,” says Hendricks. “I recently saw Aaron Paul and Anna Gunn from Breaking Bad [which ended last year] and I said, ‘How did you guys do it?’ It seems everyone has their own way. But there will be a grieving period, for sure. In the past, when characters have left the show, everyone shows up on set and there’s a big celebration with all the tears... So we’ll make sure everyone is there for that last moment.” We wouldn’t miss it for the world.
    Mad Men Series 7 starts on April 13


    Hair: Gregory Russell at The Wall Group. Makeup: Vanessa Scali at Tracey Mattingly. Nails: Emi Kudo at Opus. Tailor: Hasmik Kourinian at Susie’s Custom Designs. Production: Brooke Ludi

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