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Brooks Brothers' Gatsby Collection

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Brooks Brothers digs deep into the Gatsby archive for limited- edition collection

F Scott Fitzgerald’s playboy is one of the most commonly referenced literary inventions to earn the status of arbiter of sartorial supremacy. Name-checked in the novel, Brooks Brothers also helped outfit the new film’s male characters.

And now it has released a ‘Great Gatsby’ collection comprising tuxedos, suits and more, all embodying the flamboyance of the jazz era.

Jacket £590, trousers £250, waistcoat £205, shirt £99 and tie £79 all from the BROOKS BROTHERS GREAT GATSBY collection. Pocket square, brogues and socks from a selection: brooksbrothers.com



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