Tiffany's Fifth Ave Great Gatsby Windows
Three Sets of Diamond Earrings Hang from a Champagne Tower
Set in the Roaring 20's, F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel tells the tale of twisted love and heart-rending disappointment through the eyes of Nick Caraway (played by Toby Maguire), a WWI veteran/bond salesman. Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan star as the film's leading lad (Jay Gatsby) and lady (Daisy Buchanan), clad in decadently breathtaking designer apparel at every turn. Likely one of the stylishly memorable movies of 2013, the Great Gatsby is sure to incite a 20's trend, quite like Mad Men and the comeback of 60's garb. Start digging for the fancy frocks, feathers and jewel-encrusted headbands in grandma's closet as flapper style is sure to re-emerge!
Tiffany's Ziegfeld Tassel Necklace; Freshwater Pearls With Sterling Silver ($1,200)
Along with Tiffany's, Brooks Brothers, MAC cosmetics, The Plaza Hotel, Fogal and Moet & Chandon champagne share the spotlight as sponsors of the Great Gatsby. A long time customer of Brooks Brothers, F. Scott Fitzgerald regarded the brand in his writings as "a presentation of the ultimate gentlemen's purveyor of fine clothing to the American man of disctinction" (quote by Catherine Martin, credit: examiner). Fittingly so, Brooks Brothers produced the Gatsby men's costumes based on Catherine Martin's designs. What a perfect opportunity for the brand to break out of a preconceived stuffiness and ride the tide of popular appeal. Check out the collection here and let me know what you think...
Sapphire Ring with a 3.65 carat sapphire center ($55,00)
Bubbles and Bubbly!
Tiffany's platinum, diamond and seed pearl bracelet ($190,000)
Tiffany's Savoy Headpiece; 25 carats' worth of diamonds ($200,000)