Fashions inspired by 'The Great Gatsby'


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Glamorous ’20s fashions roar back onto the scene, just in time for this month’s box office debut of the revamped The Great Gatsby. Hit the mark with fresh takes on the decade’s biggest style stars—fanciful headwear, art deco extras and flapper-happy drop-waist dresses.

MODELS: MOMOKO METZKER, MICHELE SONEN, KATHY MULLER TALENT AND MODELING AGENCY. MAKEUP: KECIA LITTMAN. HAIR: ASHLEE VALEROS. LOCATION: BRASSERIE DU VIN.

Along with stunning one-of-a-kind pieces, the film’s official jeweler Tiffany & Co. created a secondary, more affordable line of Gatsby-inspired styles, which includes daisy-emblazoned rings, tassel necklaces, and the gorgeous,  four-foot-long strand of pearls worn here.

On Momoko (left): Brunello Cucinelli fringe dress, $1,670, and magnesite necklace, $2,195, Rachel Zoe amazonite cuff, $420, Neiman Marcus, Ala Moana Center, 951-8887. Tasha crystal headband, $32, Sole Society pumps, $59.95, Nordstrom, Ala Moana Center, 953-6100. Ziegfield freshwater pearl and black onyx ring, $475, Tiffany & Co., Luxury Row, 926-2600.
 

On Michele (right): Vintage sweater, $139, vintage Frank Olive hat, $89, Catherine’s Closet, 125 Merchant St., 521-0772. Hinge oxfords, $79.95, Nordstrom. Ziegfield black onyx daisy ring, $550, freshwater pearl tassel necklace, $1,200, 87-inch freshwater pearl necklace, $1,000, and freshwater pearl necklace (worn as bracelet), $650, Tiffany & Co.

 

 

 

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