The Great Gatsby Movie Style: Dapper 1920s Men’s Fashions
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby is not only important to the canon of American literature, but to the history of film as well. The 1920s age story of the American dream has spawned numerous film adaptations. Two notable versions of The Great Gatsby include the 1974 and 2013 versions which starred Robert Redford and Leonardo DiCaprio respectfully. Inspiring to say the least, the films offer an accessible vision of 1920s style and dapper attitudes that can be adopted today.
The Great Gatsby (1974) Directed by Jack Clayton: Hollywood Glamour
Written by Francis Ford Coppola, The Great Gatsby (1974) was brought to the big screen by director Jack Clayton. Hollywood icon Robert Redford took up the role of Jay Gatsby playing opposite Mia Farrow’s Daisy Buchanan and Sam Waterston’s Nick Carraway. Capturing the glamour of the 1920s, Redford and Farrow exuded the spirit of old Hollywood as the film’s stylish leads.
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