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Along the way, Moss’ Heidi, an art professor, ages 20 years — from the late ’60s on — and dresses accordingly, from skirts to pantsuits. “I usually wear sweatpants or jeans with holes in them,” the 32-year-old says over a glass of dry rosé. But no matter what she wears, he adds, “Lizzie is as real as it gets . The show’s seventh — and final — season begins April 5. Slattery — whom she calls as quick-witted as Roger Sterling, the silver fox he plays — gave her a look she interpreted as, “Hmm, someone’s been hitting craft service a little too much! “I’m definitely a little older and a little wiser, and you do learn from your mistakes and grow up a little. But at the same time, I’m a little bit of a wiser romantic! (Left) Dress, 0 at camillaandmarc.com; Earrings, 0 at (Right) Nellie Partow gown,

Along the way, Moss’ Heidi, an art professor, ages 20 years — from the late ’60s on — and dresses accordingly, from skirts to pantsuits. “I usually wear sweatpants or jeans with holes in them,” the 32-year-old says over a glass of dry rosé. But no matter what she wears, he adds, “Lizzie is as real as it gets . The show’s seventh — and final — season begins April 5. Slattery — whom she calls as quick-witted as Roger Sterling, the silver fox he plays — gave her a look she interpreted as, “Hmm, someone’s been hitting craft service a little too much! “I’m definitely a little older and a little wiser, and you do learn from your mistakes and grow up a little. But at the same time, I’m a little bit of a wiser romantic! (Left) Dress, $460 at camillaandmarc.com; Earrings, $750 at (Right) Nellie Partow gown, $1,590 at Saks Fifth Avenue, 611 Fifth Ave.; Pumps, $950 at Oscar de la Renta, 772 Madison Ave.; Earrings, $3,300 at H. There’ve been four movies since then and now ‘Heidi.’ ” She does recall the “big fancy wrap party” nine months ago at Hollywood’s Roosevelt Hotel, where several of the “Mad Men” cast and crew ended up in the pool. To prove it, she rummages through a big black bag and whips out a jar of Koh Gen Do. The relationship, abrupt as it was, only added to Moss’ mystique.But Elisabeth had different performance aspirations. Acting wasn’t her main focus as she learned ballet at the School of American Ballet in New York and dreamed of becoming a professional dancer. While continuing to dance, she would audition for acting jobs.Dancing would help take the pressure off the auditions for her.But then we’d catch Moss strolling the red carpet — her blue-eyed, pale good looks set off by Balenciaga, Alexander Mc Queen and Chloé, often with some serious décolletage. It’s all of us.” That all-for-one mindset served her well on “Mad Men,” the monster hit that’s won Moss and her co-stars awards for best ensemble. Which is why only Moss, the writers and the costume department knew about Peggy’s Season 1 pregnancy. When asked if she and Armisen have spoken since, she smiles politely.So it’s surprising to meet her at Bar Centrale, her streaky blond hair pulled up into a tipsy bun, where she describes what she’s been living in for the last several weeks while rehearsing for Broadway’s “The Heidi Chronicles.” Opening March 19, Wendy Wasserstein’s 1988 play concerns a woman coming to terms with love, her career and the limitations of both. ” It’s true, confirms Jason Biggs, the “Orange Is the New Black” star who plays Heidi’s prickly love interest. But it’s Peggy who’s emerged as the show’s conscience, the one we root for, first as a beleaguered (but ambitious) secretary and lately as someone going toe-to-toe with her mentor. As they swaddled Moss in five stages of padding, her co-stars initially didn’t know what to make of it. Is it true, as was reported online somewhere, that Moss is . “I think I’ve had my time talking about it, and I think it’s time for us all to move on,” she says.

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Along the way, Moss’ Heidi, an art professor, ages 20 years — from the late ’60s on — and dresses accordingly, from skirts to pantsuits. “I usually wear sweatpants or jeans with holes in them,” the 32-year-old says over a glass of dry rosé. But no matter what she wears, he adds, “Lizzie is as real as it gets . The show’s seventh — and final — season begins April 5. Slattery — whom she calls as quick-witted as Roger Sterling, the silver fox he plays — gave her a look she interpreted as, “Hmm, someone’s been hitting craft service a little too much! “I’m definitely a little older and a little wiser, and you do learn from your mistakes and grow up a little. But at the same time, I’m a little bit of a wiser romantic! (Left) Dress, $460 at camillaandmarc.com; Earrings, $750 at (Right) Nellie Partow gown, $1,590 at Saks Fifth Avenue, 611 Fifth Ave.; Pumps, $950 at Oscar de la Renta, 772 Madison Ave.; Earrings, $3,300 at H.

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