When Baz Luhrmann-whose resume includes frenetic, glitter-garnished musicals like "Moulin Rouge" and "Strictly Ballroom"-began working on a modern adaptation of the Fitzgerald classic, "The Great Gatsby," he lured collaborators from worlds as diverse as hip hop, hospitality, and fine jewelry.
Not only did Tiffany & Co. create Daisy Buchanan's glamorous Art Deco adornments, but Miuccia Prada designed her swishy flapper garb.
As for the fellas, Brooks Brothers (which is actually name checked in the original Fitzgerald text) created dapper fitted suits and silky cravates-and, subsequently, a complete retail collection hitting stores this month.
Supplying even more swagger? Moët & Chandon sponsored Gatsby's champagne-soaked celebrations while Jay-Z produced an original hip hop score.
We're pretty sure "Gatsby" was never this great.
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