Brooks Brothers Great Gatsby Collection

You may not have a house in the Hamptons, but that doesn’t mean you can’t dress like you do.

In line with the release of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic The Great Gatsby, Brooks Brothers, whose original 1920s designs were used as inspiration for the film’s costumes, has released a limited edition collection of Gatsby-inspired menswear.

Where the film’s costumes use authentic cuts and fabrics, the collection has been adapted for the modern gent, with lighter fabrics and more wearable styles. Pinstripe linen, pleated trousers and shawl neck cardigans all feature, alongside an array of accessories including bowties, waistcoats and boater hats.

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It’s posh, preppy and perfect for a smart look in summer.

The collection will be available from all Brooks Brothers flagship stores, and from a large selection of other branches from mid-April.

See the full collection here

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