So, as some of you may know I’m a big fan of movies set in the early 1920’s. The main reason for this being my love for the fashion from that era.
The Great Gatsby Movie is an adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 1925 novel.
At the height of the roaring twenties the story follows the life of a millionaire by the name of Jay Gatsby, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, and his neighbour Nick Carraway played by Tobey Maguire.
The Great Gatsby is set to be today this and when I was asked to take part in a shoot based on the theme, you can all imagine how super excited and over the moon I was.
I tried to capture 1920s styling but had to raise the bar Gatsby style. For me it was the finishing touches like the imperial collar, waistcoats, hats and two-tone shoes that made the look and are definitely key pieces a gentlemen would have been seen in this era.
Grey Fur Felt Trilby – by (Borsalino) for Lock & Co Hatters
Navy Tailored Blazer – by Oliver Sweeney
White Imperial Stiff Collar – by Darcy Clothing
White Collarless Shirt – by (La Vallère) Tails And The Unexpected
Navy Print Pocket Square – by Oliver Sweeney
Mustard Check Waistcoat – by Rokit Vinatage
Dark Grey Turn-up Trousers – by Albam
Black Dot Socks – by Oliver Sweeney
Black/White Oxford Brogue (Picolit) – by Oliver Sweeney
Straw Pork-pie – by Bailey Of Hollywood
White Slim-fit Cutaway Collar Shirt – by TM Lewin
Purple Print Silk Pocket Square – by Oliver Sweeney
Navy Print Silk Tie – by Alfred Dunhill
Navy Double Breasted Blazer – by Oliver Sweeney
Grey Turn-up Trousers – by Topman
Purple Polka Dot Socks – by Oliver Sweeney
Photography by Camilla Treharne