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Wildfox's Non-Literal Gatsby Interpretation Is Actually Cool

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Just after the release of a certain obscure Australian art film comes Wildfox Couture's Great Gatsby-inspired fall lookbook. The clothes are decadent, the atmosphere is trippy, and the styling is mercifully non-literal about its 1920s roots (there are few of us who can pull off the head-to-toe flapper thing without looking costume-y, or even want to). The only thing that's missing is a t-shirt printed with the eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckleburg. — Jenna Sauers

· Wildfox Couture [Official Site]
· All Lookbooks Coverage [Racked]