Moët & Chandon signs deal with The Great Gatsby One of our key missions is to ensure that our champagnes are enjoyed responsibly. We must confirm that you are of legal drinking age in your country before welcoming you to Moët & Chandon. If there is no legal age for consuming alcohol in your country, you must be over 21.
Rue La La signs deal with The Great Gatsby There’s no doubt: The Great Gatsby is on the must-see list this summer. But before the film premieres, I’m determined to throw a party in honor of its coveted 20s style. Bold, glamorous, and provocative for its time – no wonder it’s making a comeback. But before those invites go out, a costume is in order, and it’s coming together via these embellished accessories. Pearls. And not just one strand. Pile these staples on. Wrap them, knot them, let them drape down a sequined dress. You can’t go wrong.Rich color, bold geometric shapes, and lavish design. Yes, we’re talking Art Deco. If it’s not radiating from your outfit, infuse it with smaller touches like an elaborate cocktail ring or rhinestone clutch.From shoulder bags to T-strap sandals, look for tassels, beading, and, of course, fringe. Nothing defines the Roaring Twenties like these over-the-top accents.Your hair will undoubtedly be pinned up in chic finger waves. Which means spottable-from-across-the-room earrings are essential.
Brooks Brothers partners with The Great Gatsby Baz Lurhmann's 'The Great Gatsby' has been a while in the making. After originally planned for a release this past December, the film was swapped for a start-of-summer premiere in the hopes of better profits. Now we're only weeks away from seeing Leonardo DiCaprio as the title character Jay Gatsby, and we've got so much swag to give out in celebration.
Tiffany & Co. signs deal with The Great Gatsby When it comes to Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby, all that glitters is Tiffany & Co. The New York-based jeweler announced that it inked a deal with Warner Bros. Pictures and Bazmark (Luhrmann's production company) to be the fine jeweler for the hotly anticipated 3D film.