'Mad Men' Costume Designer Janie Bryant Is Getting Her Own Reality Show

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Mad Men fans, rejoice! Janie Bryant, the show's costume designer (and the woman behind Peggy's transition to pantsuits), has her own fashion reality series in the works, Deadline reports.

E.J. Johnston and James Deutch — the co-creators of NBC's Fashion Star are involved — and the trio is currently pitching the project (titled Janie Bryant's Hollywood, for now) around to Bravo, Lifetime, and E!.

The premise is pretty simple: contestants design a piece each week in challenges inspired by period films or a celebrity's "signature" style. (Think Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, etc.)

“We loved the idea of tapping into someone like Bryant, who is great at finding a look and designing costumes for film and TV and seeing how it translates into the real world,” Deutch said. “Janie totally gets how to translate Hollywood to mainstream fashion.”

We can't wait! Think of the Mad Men cast guest host possibilities.
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