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Baz Luhrmann and Catherine Martin bring us the twenties reloaded.
Catherine Martin chats about The Great Gatsby costumes, design and a lack of nostalgia.
We visited Brooks Brothers to check out their costume display from The Great Gatsby.
We analyse exactly what Baz Luhrmann and Catherine Martin need to get right for their costume design in The Great Gatsby.
The latest and probably last trailer for Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of The Great Gatsby before its début at Cannes.
The press love Prada’s involvement with The Great Gatsby, but exactly how much does this help the film’s costume design?
Costume designer Margot Wilson talks exclusively to Clothes on Film about her impeccable work on Lawless.
Tom Hardy heralds dawning of the knitwear anti-hero. Margot Wilson discusses her use of the cardigan for Lawless.