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The Great Gatsby costume designer Catherine Martin told WWD today that she eschewed the "historical pedantry" of accurate costumes in favor of Prada's fairly contemporary looks: "The reality is that from 1920, I could find a photo or a fashion illustration that would support almost any choice that we've made in the film. But we are not making a documentary." Or as Miuccia says point blank: "It became about money, because [Luhrmann] wanted to show her as the most beautiful and rich woman on earth." [WWD]