Gatsby’s girl gets glamorous for Vogue

 Carey Mulligan channels all things Daisy as she models for this month’s Vogue US


WITH news that Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby premieres in New York on May 1, I was pleassantly surprised when I stumbled across these images of Carey Mulligan on Pinterest the other night.

Just as Gatsby’s bewitching obsession, the gamine-like Mulligan captures the spirit of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Daisy Buchanan in this spectacular fashion feature in the May edition of Vogue US. Celebrated Vogue fashion editor Grace Coddington pays homage to the opulence of the period and transports Mulligan from the pages of Fitzgerald’s classic novel to the glossy pages of a more modern world seen through the lens of famed photographer Mario Testino.

Social media has been awash with trailers (below) that take us on a thrilling ride revealing lavish sets, intoxicating music, rich and luxurious costumes, and a hedonistic lifestyle – and I can’t wait.

Looking at the these images here I am reminded of Mia Farrow and Robert Redford in the 1974 production of The Great Gatsby, and can’t help but wonder what Luhrmann has in store for us. I get a sense that I’ll walk away feeling that I was born in the wrong period … but isn’t that what movies are supposed to do? Transport us to another time and allow us to escape into another world?

Anyone for a martini or an old fashioned? Might be time to revisit tunes from Etta Jones, Sarah Vaughan, Lena Horne and Dinah Washington …

Are you a fan of this period? Love the fashion? Would you like to take a turn with Robert Redford or even Leonardo Di Caprio? Are you a fan of Baz Luhrmann and his movies? Would love to hear from you.

1. Alexander McQueen ostrich feather dress with chiffon-covered pearls,
Tiffany & Co. earrings, Miu Miu jewelled heels and Fred Leighton bag.
2. Miu Miu dress embroidered with Swarovski elements and heels.
3. Chanel Haute Couture chiffon, feather and tulle dress, and New York Vintage headband. 
4. Nina Ricci silk-datin dress with flower appliqués, and Chanel fine jewellery.
5. Oscar De La Renta beaded silk organza top and matching skirt.
6. All pictures by Mario Testino, styled by Grace Coddington for Vogue US. Source: Pinterest 

1 Comment

  1. Anonymous
    April 25 / 12:23 pm

    Everything was good about this jacket, lovely, good fit, stylish, very comfortable. It seems to keep me very pretty so I enjoy it in It's not too tight or anything, It's lengthy, which is also what I wanted and I wear this leather jackets with jeans to work. It looks great with my handbag too.

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