Gallery Great Gatsby
Baz Luhrmann, director of the anticipated film The Great Gatsby, addresses the crowd prior to unveiling the main window display at Tiffany & Co.'s flagship New York City store.
Members of the press capture the centerpiece of the window displays at Tiffany.
"It's all in the details," said costume designer Catherine Martin.
A party scene, featuring an impossible stack of 20’s style champagne coups filled to overflowing and dripping with a dozen pairs of chandelier earrings take center stage above a wooden inlayed dance floor depicting Jay Gatsby’s monogram, which features heavily within the film and in the Tiffany jewelry collections inspired by the film. - Digital Brand Architects
The Savoy diamond headpiece from The Great Gatsby Collection, inspired by Baz Luhrmann’s film in collaboration with Catherine Martin, floats above a shining dance floor of glass bubbles. In the background a night sky is filled with animated fireworks, reminiscent of the garden of Jay Gatsby’s wild Long Island summer parties. - Digital Brand Architects
"Fitzgerald had an enormous love of the modern." - Baz Luhrmann on F. Scott Fitzgerald
Layers of etched glass and mirrors, depicting a deco fountain, provide asumptuous backdrop to a pair of stylized sculpted hands adorned with pearl and diamond hand ornaments from The Great Gatsby Collection, inspired by Baz Luhrmann’s film in collaboration with Catherine Martin. Five staggeringly detailed miniature chandeliers hover above whilst floating glass bubbles framed by deco crystal sconces to complete the look. - Digital Brand Architects
Plaques at each scene describing the Jazz Age Glamour inspired windows.
Breakfast at Tiffany, anyone?