Friday, May 17, 2013

Fashion Inspiration: 20's The Great Gatsby

The Highly anticipated film adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel "The Great Gatsby" had hit the theatres in Thailand last Thursday!! I too look forward to watch the movie! As I love this novel so much and I have been a huge fan of Baz Luhrmann since he directed Romeo+Juliet in 1996; and last but most important, I have long been obsessed with 20's fashion!! I even dream of having a 20's revival themed about that ?! lol

Talking about fashion in the film, Oscar winning costume designer, Catherine Martin has teamed up with Miuccia Prada to create 20's inspired costumes for The Great Gatsby.   Those gorgeous drop waist  flapper dresses with intricate beaded, fringe, feather, and sequin detailing. Not to mention pearl necklace and others sparkly accessories and  head pieces<3 Seriously, I never get bored talking about romantic fashion in the Jazz era. That's why I am leaving you with some of the amazing The Great Gatsby inspired fashion photos to get you inspired ;)

 The Great Gatsby costumes designed by Miuccia Prada
So many glamorous gowns!!
 Dress Gatsby Exhibition at Prada Soho
20's revival trend has seen in both Ralph Lauren and Gucci  Spring/Summer 2012 collection
Carey Mulligan in Vogue US May, 2013

Ranya Mordanova and Janice Seinen Alida by Phil Poynter for Vogue Turkey, March, 2012 Issue

    Shareen Vintage Shop, 20's inspired lavish2gowns

Here is my very own roaring 20's look!! It was featured on the blog last year ;)
And this is the 20's inspired fashion mood board, I have created on polyvore

Though the film just has just been released, many media people have already buzzed about The Great Gatsby roaring 20's style! Do you think The Great Gatsby 20's vintage art deco would make a big impact on the world fashion trend?

Images: LMKMEDIA, Vogue US, Vogue TR, celebbuzz, style curated, Shareen

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  1. haven't watched this movie, but looks like I have to, and immediately.. LOL :D

    thanks for sharing :)

    visit mine whenever you had a chance :D

    warmest regards,
    Miss Aa

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